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Will the UK lose access to the European Arrest Warrant post-Brexit?

Security is not a zero-sum game: both parties would benefit from a sensible replacement

By Anna Nadibaidze  

Prime Minister Theresa May leaves 10 Downing Street, London, for the House of Commons to face Prime Minister's Questions.

There is hardly any policy area which in one way or another will not be affected by Brexit. While the debate has so far largely focused on the trade implications, more recently it has become clear that finding an agreement on the future security partnership will not be an easier task. Whether the UK will remain a party to the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) is only one question in the debate…

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