Francis FitzGibbon QC (Doughty Street Chambers) has written for the London Review of Books about the possible changes to the U.K. criminal justice system following Brexit. The piece covers topics such as the future of the European Arrest Warrant in the UK, and Theresa May’s views expressed when she was Home Secretary. He also addresses what Brexit could mean for data protection and the European Court of Justice, citing the Schrems and Watson cases.
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