Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May attends a news conference after an extraordinary EU leaders summit to finalise and formalise the Brexit agreement in Brussels, Belgium November 25, 2018

There is a “real danger” that the UK’s security could be seriously damaged by Theresa May’s proposed Brexit plans, said a committee of MPs.
The Home Affairs committee said the prime minister’s proposed deal is “seriously lacking” in detail on security, customs and border arrangements.
Yvette Cooper MP, chair of the committee, told Theresa May to stop being “complacent” about security arrangements after Brexit.
“The Government isn’t being open about the implications of this deal. Continued police and security cooperation is in everyone’s interest, but there is far too much complacency,” she said.
With Tuesday’s crunch vote on Brexit fast-approaching, it still looks very likely that MPs will reject May’s deal.

LONDON — It will be “near-impossible” for Theresa May to agree a security treaty with the EU by the time Britain leaves, meaning there is now a “real danger” the UK’s security will be damaged, MPs have warned,

The Home Affairs committee of MPs warned that the political declaration which forms part of May’s proposed deal is “seriously lacking” in detail on security, customs and border arrangements.

“The political declaration is seriously lacking in detail and provides insufficient clarity about both the future security partnership and future arrangements at the border,” the report states.

It adds: “There …read more


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