Brexit puts security cooperation at risk

As featured in Politico Europe



“I would argue that Britain will play a fairly aggressive game when it comes to Europol,” said Raffaello Pantucci, counterterrorism expert at the Royal United Services Institute in London. “There will be no precedent valid for them, they will want access to the databases. You will see some compromises on the economic side but not on the security one. Let’s be honest: It is in everyone’s interests that this works as smoothly as possible.”