Law Society backs calls for post-Brexit security cooperation

19 Sep 2017

The Law Society has welcomed yesterday’s call for continued cooperation on criminal justice and security after the UK leaves the European Union.

Responding to government proposals published yesterday, Law Society vice president Christina Blacklaws said “it is in everyone’s best interests” to continue to cooperate with the EU on criminal justice and security post-Brexit.

“The Law Society has long stressed the importance of maintaining close and effective collaboration with the EU on matters of criminal justice and security – something the government has clearly rec...

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