We examine whether Nick Clegg is right to claim Britain faces being locked out of the vast police information system

Britain will be barred from a “fantastically useful” EU crime-fighting database as a result of Theresa May’s “extreme approach to Brexit”, Nick Clegg has said. Unless the UK is prepared to accept a role for the European court of justice, which governs data for the bloc, the UK will be locked out of the EU police database, argued the former Liberal Democrat leader. In a statement on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, the Conservatives accused the party of “peddling nonsense”.

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