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Direct access to crime databases lost but UK to be given 'special status'

Deal with EU is a mixed bag on law enforcement but UK promised 'unprecedented levels of co-operation' as a third country.

Direct access to crime databases lost but UK to be given 'special status'

Date - 29th December 2020
By - Gary Mason
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The Brexit deal will mean that UK law enforcement agencies will lose direct access to a number of centralised databases and the European Arrest Warrant arrangements but some of these systems will be replaced by ‘unprecedented’ levels of...
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