UK security post Brexit
Helena Farrand Carrapico considers the implications for the UK’s security six months after the decision was made to leave the European Union
Internal security, including the fight against terrorism and organised crime, has traditionally featured as one of the highest concerns of the British population. In April 2015 The Guardian conducted a survey, which revealed that terrorism and law and order issues ranked among the very top concerns of the population (58 percent of those asked were worried about terrorism and 43 percent were worried about crime). With the exception of brief references by Nigel Farage and . . .