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Don't risk UK safety by pulling out of European agreements

The remarks by Guy Verhofstadt came as Mr Davis prepared to publish a series of detailed ‘position papers’ on Brexit The papers will outline the UK’s negotiating position on areas such as our customs arrangements  A source close to Mr Davis said the papers would highlight the British teams were ‘on the front foot’ in the negotiations 

By Glen Owen for The Mail on Sunday

Published: 00:55 BST, 13 August 2017 | Updated: 00:56 BST, 13 August 2017

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Brexit Secretary David Davis was warned by an EU chief last night that he would be putting the security of British people at risk if he pulled out of pan-European crime-fighting agreements.

The remarks by Guy Verhofstadt, the European Parliament’s chief negotiator, came as Mr Davis prepared to publish a series of detailed ‘position papers’ on Brexit.

The papers will outline the UK’s negotiating position on areas such as our customs arrangements, including the issue of whether there should be a border between Northern Ireland and the Republic.

Brexit Secretary David Davis was warned by an EU chief last night that he would be putting the security of British people at risk if he pulled out of pan-European crime-fighting agreements

Brexit Secretary David Davis was warned by an EU chief last night that he would be putting the security of British people at risk if he pulled out of pan-European crime-fighting agreements

But Mr Verhofstadt warned Mr Davis against pandering to the ‘obsession’ of Tory ‘hardliners’ who want to break free from the authority of the European Court of Justice, which oversees the operation of the European Arrest Warrant (EAW).

The EAW has allowed the UK to deport over 8,000 foreign suspects

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