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Michel Barnier claimed the Prime Minister has accepted that future police and judicial co-operation must be underpinned by the European Convention of Human Rights. The Brussels diplomat said this has paved the way to finalising terms on a deal that will make it easier for Britain to extradite terrorists and share criminal data with the bloc. An agreement has been on the verge of completion for longer than a month since Lord Frost first signalled the UK would soften its stance.
Mr Barnier told MEPS last Friday: “We are almost in agreement on judicial and police co-operation.”
“The British have accepted the prerequisites that we put down on the European Convention on Human Rights,” he added, according to the Daily Mail.
“We can now finalise those points.”
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