EU-UK: OPT-OUT: UK will have to repay 1,508,855 euro

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UK will have to repay 1,508,855 euro if, by the emd of 2015, the UK PRUM data exchange exit goes ahead (PRUM covers Member State access to each other's databases of nationally-held: DNA, fingerprints and vehicle registration data). See:

- LIMITE doc no: 14018-14, (pdf): Council Decision determining certain direct financial consequences incurred as a result of the cessation of the participation of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in certain acts of the Union in the field of police cooperation and judicial cooperation in criminal matters
adopted before the entry into force of the Treaty of Lisbon - Revised Draft: This concludes that as a result of withdrawing from:

"the Prüm Decisions, it shall repay to the budget of the European Union the sums received under the Programme 'Prevention of and Fight against Crime' up to EUR 1 508 855."

- LIMITE doc no: 14021-14, (pdf): including: "Until such time as a decision confirming the United Kingdom's participation in Decisions 2008/615/JHA and 2008/616/JHA and Framework Decision 2009/905/JHA takes effect, the United Kingdom shall be prevented from accessing for law enforcement purposes the Eurodac database." [emphasis added]

- AGENDA 7 November 2014: doc no: 4812-14, pdf): Friends of Presidency Group on the application of Article 10 of Protocol 36 to the Treaties (PROAPP) MIXED COMMITTEE (EU - Iceland/Liechtenstein/Norway/Switzerland).

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