Security | Return to Mythbust page Tweet Share 0 +1 LinkedIn 0 Email Counter-terrorism cooperation could be hurt by Brexit by Luke Lythgoe | 12.04.2016 Even if UK continued to collaborate on swapping intelligence, it would lose its leading role setting EU security strategy. UK won’t be dragged into EU army by Jack Schickler | 08.04.2016 EU army unlikely to emerge - but in any case the UK could veto the idea, as long as it remains in the EU. Being in EU doesn’t undermine Five Eyes by Jon Day | 04.05.2016 Our partners in the relationship, led by America, value our EU membership. It is Brexit that would undermine Five Eyes. Dangerous criminals aren’t free to walk into UK by Luke Lythgoe | 12.04.2016 UK can deny entry to EU citizens on public security grounds. Though some slip through net, if we quit, we’d no longer drive EU crime policy. Jihadis wouldn’t get Schengen passports, then attack UK by Luke Lythgoe | 07.04.2016 Why would IS use such an elaborate plot when terrorists would have to lie low for years and it’s easier to recruit local terrorists? EU doesn’t prevent UK deporting terrorists by Jack Schickler | 06.04.2016 UK courts can still deport those deemed a serious threat to public security.