Protesters wave European flags in Trafalgar square during a rally in central London on September 13, 2017 to warn about the terms of Brexit, by EU nationals in Britain and UK nationals in Europe. / AFP / Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS
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Britain will propose on Monday signing a new security treaty with the European Union after Brexit to maintain and intensify cooperation to thwart "ever-growing and increasingly cross-border threats".Britain has published a series of "future partnership" policy papers to try to nudge talks with the EU forward, after they have stalled over the divorce settlement, especially over the so called Brexit bill.Amber Rudd, the interior minister, said Britain was one of the leading EU contributors to a range of measures, such as data and evidence sharing, extradition measures and to the EU's policy agency Europol.
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