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Biometrics commissioner "deeply concerned" as Lib Dem Layla Moran tells HuffPost UK leaving pacts "will make Britain less safe".
Everyone is fishing in the same pond. Stocks built up in readiness for Brexit are having to be replenished. If another pandemic strikes, we’ll hardly be in the best position to get through it.
Real-time access to EU police databases has not yet been agreed in the negotiations
Alternatives 'might need to be pursued', James Brokenshire tells inquiry - prompting demands to reveal how UK will be 'protected'.
UK set to lose access to Schengen Information System that police across continent use to stop criminals.
The Irish Government believes the office would be a reflection of the EU's 'ongoing support' for the peace process.
UK has made little progress on new infrastructure needed for checks Boris Johnson signed up to.
Leaked German government report shows Britain has been requesting special access. / Britain wants to ‘approximate the position of a member state as closely as possible’ when it comes to working with Europol, the EU’s law enforcement agency, the leaked report states.
As the EU and UK continue to prepare for the trade negotiations, there are clear signs that all is not well when it comes to implementing the divorce part of Brexit, in particular the Irish Protocol.
Access to vital EU crime-fighting databases could be lost, MPs told – after Theresa May warns they ‘keep us safe’.
Exchange of key security information at risk after Dutch concerns over data protection.
Leaked papers obtained by the Guardian show extent of fundamental objections Brussels has raised.
BORDER Force officers from other jurisdictions may be drafted into Northern Ireland in the event of a no deal Brexit.
British officers do not have immediate powers of arrest under an Interpol system that could replace the EU database
When scrolling through comments you often see people say "they need us more than we need them". So we have tried to respond to that once and for all. We look at if the EU relies on the UK for trade, how the EU budget will cope without the UK and if the EU needs the UK as a security ally.
MEPs have the power to approve, amend or reject nearly all EU legislation. / So what have they achieved in this five-year term?
The Safety Gate rapid alert system enables quick exchange of information between EU/EEA member states and the European Commission about dangerous non-food products posing a risk to health and safety of consumers.
Minister says no deal is in place for extradition, data sharing and arrest warrants after Brexit.
BVA has warned that a no-deal Brexit could add up to a logistical nightmare for areas of the workforce and lead to serious shortfalls in capacity for vets certifying animals and animal products entering and exiting the UK.
ADNS is a [EU] notification system designed to register and document the evolution of the situation of important infectious animal diseases. It is a management tool that ensures immediate notification of alert messages as well as detailed information about outbreaks of these animal diseases in the countries that are connected to the application.
Officer leading national preparations decries potential loss of EU crime-fighting tools.
The RASFF portal features an interactive searchable online database. It gives public access to summary information about the most recently transmitted RASFF notifications as well as the ability to search for information on any notification issued in the past.
The EU’s Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF) annual report reveals that a record exchange of information helped to trace and remove affected products from the market.