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The impact of no deal on national security

Monday 14 October 2019, 18:00 - 19:00

The UK’s policing and intelligence communities cooperate closely with their EU counterparts, sharing intelligence and collaborating on cross border investigations to fight crime and tackle terrorism. This event considered the implications of no deal for this cooperation, including the impact on data-sharing and the UK’s use of the European Arrest Warrant.

Our panel included:

  • Baroness Manningham-Buller, Chair, Wellcome Trust and former Director General, MI5
  • Richard Martin, Deputy Assistant Commissioner, UK law enforcement lead for Brexit and International Criminality, National Police Chiefs Council

This event was chaired by Tim Durrant, Senior Researcher at the Institute for Government. There was an opportunity for audience questions.

Due to the subject of this event, we are unable to provide a video or audio recording. Further information will follow shortly.