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Justice sub-committee says alternatives should be in place before walking away from reciprocal regulations Enforcing the return of children abducted during family breakdowns and resolving international business disputes within Europe are among the legal cases likely to become more difficult after Brexit, a parliamentary committee has warned. Unless mutual recognition of judgments is renegotiated, the Lords EU justice sub-committee maintains, “there will be real hardship” for families and firms .  show all text

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