Labour Party open to developing closer ties with EU on AI regulation

13/03/2024 | Financial Times

Keir Starmer's Labour may look beyond the review of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement in an effort to forge closer ties with the EU. According to the Financial Times, the party may seek a new security and defence pact as an alternative and more productive path back. Under such an agreement, the FT writes that "there is scope for a very broad definition of security". The priority would be to improve British access to EU criminal data. However,  a number of other areas, including energy and the economy, are being discussed, along with AI regulation.

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