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29th Sep 2016

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Britain's new EU commissioner in charge of 'Security Union'

EU commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has allocated a 'security union' portfolio to Julian King. King is replacing Jonathan Hill who resigned in the wake of the UK referendum to leave the EU. The broad portfolio includes work on tackling terrorism, preventing radicalisation, disrupting organised crime, and fighting cybercrime.

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