Commons committee questions impact of Brexit on EU terrorist asset freezing

The House of Commons European Scrutiny Committee has retained under its scrutiny the EU’s decision last month to introduce new sanctions on ISIL & Al-Qaida. The new sanctions allow the EU to impose travel bans and asset freezes on people it believes to be associated with ISIL or Al-Qaida, whereas previously it was only able to implement UN or EU...

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Michael O'Kane

Michael was called to the Bar in 1992 and prior to joining Peters & Peters was a senior specialist prosecutor at the Crown Prosecution Service Headquarters (CPS). He was a key member of a small specialist unit responsible for the prosecution of serious and high-profile fraud, terrorist,...

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