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Cross-border co-operation on policing, security and criminal justice after Brexit

Inquiry

The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee has launched an inquiry that will examine post-Brexit cross-border co-operation on policing, security and criminal justice between the UK and Ireland. The new inquiry will examine the implications of Brexit for cross-border criminal activity and will identify barriers to co-operation from January 2021, including if no deal is agreed between the UK and the EU. It will also examine potential replacements for the agreements and access that provided much of the basis for cross-border co-operation.

Read the inquiry launch and terms of reference

Work news

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Government Response to NI Cross-Border Security Co-operation Report Published
The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee has published the Government’s response to its report on Cross-border co-operation on policing, security and criminal justice after Brexit.
5 July 2021
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NI post-Brexit security concerns allayed by EU deal, say MPs
Committee publishes their report on Cross-border co-operation on policing, security and criminal justice after Brexit
28 April 2021
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Government Minister to be questioned by NIAC on NI cross-border security co-operation
Committee to question Northern Ireland Minister Robin Walker for its inquiry into cross-border security and policing co-operation inquiry following Brexit
1 March 2021
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NI cross-border security: UK crime agencies to be questioned by NIAC
Northern Ireland Affairs Committee hears from representatives from the three crime agencies
25 January 2021
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MPs to consider implications of EU-UK trade deal on UK-Ireland security co-operation
Committee to question a panel of criminal justice experts on the implications of the EU-UK trade deal
8 January 2021
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Minister quizzed on post-Brexit cross-border security co-operation
The evidence session takes place on 25 November 2020
20 November 2020
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NI Justice Minister Naomi Long to give evidence on post-Brexit cross-border security
Minister for Justice to be questioned on impact of no-deal Brexit on access to EU criminal databases and co-operation mechanisms with Republic of Ireland
14 November 2020
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Crime agencies questioned on cross-border security probe
Northern Ireland Affairs Committee examines Cross-border co-operation on policing, security and criminal justice after Brexit
2 November 2020
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Academics questioned on future of UK-Ireland security co-operation after Brexit
Northern Ireland Affairs Committee examines post-Brexit future of cross-border policing and security
6 October 2020
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