Hard to see plus side for security after Brexit, says former MI5 boss
Ex-director general of the security service Lord Jonathan Evans made the comments at a talk on Wednesday.
A former MI5 boss has warned it is “very hard to see any security upside” to Brexit.
Speaking at an event in London on Wednesday, Lord Jonathan Evans – director-general of the security service from 2007 to 2013 – raised concerns about the UK’s access to intelligence held by Europol and other resources after leaving the European Union.
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