Academics questioned on the proposed UK-EU security treaty
20 March 2018
The EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee takes evidence from academics on the practical and legal challenges for negotiating a security treaty with the EU, as well as what such a treaty might cover.
Wednesday 21 March 2018, Committee Room 3, Palace of Westminster
- Dr Helena Farrand-Carrapico, Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, Aston University
- Professor Tim J Wilson, FCSFS, Professor of Criminal Justice Policy, Northumbria University Centre for Evidence and Criminal Justice Studies
- Professor Anthony Glees MA M Phil D Phil (Oxon), Director, Centre for Security and Intelligence Studies (BUCSIS), The University of Buckingham
- In an ideal world, what is your vision of the "closest possible cooperation" on security cooperation between the UK and the EU27 post-Brexit?
- Do you think that it will be possible for the UK to continue to have access in some way to the EU's structures for police and judicial cooperation, for example Europol?
- Are there any existing models, either within the EU or elsewhere, for a future UK-EU security relationship?
- Will the UK lose the influence that it wields in security cooperation, once it is no longer part of the EU?
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