Ten EU member states have said they will no longer extradite their nationals to the UK following Brexit, the British Home Office has said.
- The Irish Times
Countries including France, Germany and Poland have informed the UK of their refusal to allow the extradition of their nationals.
Two more — Austria and the Czech Republic — will only hand over suspects to the UK with their consent.
The European Arrest Warrant was introduced in 2004 and obliged member states to arrest and transfer suspects to…