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Advocacy organisations discuss proposed UK-EU security treaty

23 April 2018

The EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee takes evidence from advocacy organisations on the potential effect on the rights of individuals of the proposed UK-EU security treaty, as well how such rights might be protected after Brexit.

Witnesses

Wednesday 25 April 2018, Committee Room 3, Palace of Westminster

At 10.45am

  • George Wilson, EU Law and Policy Specialist, Liberty
  • Javier Ruiz Diaz, Policy Director, Open Rights Group

Possible questions

  • What sort of provisions would you hope would be included in the proposed treaty, in order to secure the rights of individuals?
  • What will be the consequences of the UK's withdrawal from the Charter of Fundamental Rights for the effect that the security treaty might have on the rights of individuals?
  • Do you have any concerns that personal data will be able to be accessed more easily by the Government once the UK has left the EU?

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