Committee hears from EU Commissioner for the Security Union

14 June 2018

The EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee continues its inquiry on the proposed UK-EU security treaty, taking evidence from Sir Julian King, Commissioner for the Security Union at the European Commission.


The evidence session covers the practical and legal challenges for negotiating a treaty covering police and security cooperation post-Brexit, and what they mean for the Government’s proposed security treaty with the EU.


Thursday 14 June 2018, Committee Room 3A, Palace of Westminster

At 10.00am

  • Sir Julian King, Commissioner for the Security Union, European Commission

Possible questions

The Committee will explore a number of issues with the witness including:

  • How important will it be for the EU to continue security cooperation with the UK after Brexit?
  • Is a treaty a viable model for the future security relationship?
  • Will the UK be able to retain a role in the governance of organisations such as Europol during the transition period?

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