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1/ This is an untenable argument. The withdrawal agreement will retain current EU law in this field during the transition period, including UK opt out from new EU policing laws, with the right for the UK to refuse participation in new EU foreign policy and defence laws.
2/ Here's the view of the Metropolitan Police, the National Crime Agency & the Crown Prosecution Service - all of whom saw a no deal outcome as a problem. No one giving evidence to the @LordsEUCom inquiry said the withdrawal agreement is a security threat: publications.parliament.uk/pa/ld201719/ld…
3/ Here's the letter from Dearlove & Guthrie. It contains no substantive argument at all. The phrase "new, deep and special relationship" doesn't appear in the withdrawal agreement or political declaration. They would not bind the UK to any security arrangements post transition.
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