Denmark, an EU member state, has exercised exemption measures under post-Lisbon EUROPEAN UNION legislation, which formally excluded it from Europol.  However, a bespoke agreement with the Commission in 2017 designated Denmark as a third country and was therefore able to negotiate a cooperation agreement with Europol.  Unlike agreements with other third countries, Denmark has better access to information and some opportunity to participate in meetings and the board of directors.  In accordance with Article 10 of the Convention, Denmark does not have direct access to Europol databases. However, Article 10, paragraph 6, facilitates the strengthening of the exchange of information, including Danish-language staff in the processing of applications.  In addition, Article 8 authorizes, at Denmark`s invitation, participation in “meetings of the heads of the national bodies of Europol” and participation on the board of directors as a “non-voting observer”.  The bad news is that there could be a gap between the end of the transition period and the entry into force of an IPR agreement between the EU and the UNITED Kingdom. Whatever agreement they reach on issues such as extradition and Europol, the UK and the European Parliament must be ratified. And the European Parliament is known for its scepticism about international police and intelligence cooperation agreements. The negotiating priorities of the EU and the United Kingdom contain very similar languages in their future. These are the only databases specifically mentioned in the political declaration, as these models are open to non-Schengen third countries, unlike other databases.
 However, the EU has only concluded P-m agreements with the associated Schengen countries (Iceland, Norway, Switzerland and Lichtenstein). PNR agreements have been concluded with the US and Australia, which should allow for continued trade between the UK and the EU as long as the UK continues to guarantee data protection. The European Court of Justice may hinder the conclusion of agreements. He found that data protection in the 2014 PNR ue-Canada agreement was insufficient, which led to new negotiations that began in 2018.  The EU`s current VAT regime applies to goods shipped or transported from the United Kingdom to an EU Member State or, conversely, when shipping or transport began before the end of the transitional period and was subsequently discontinued. Unless the future relationship agreement is made, goods exported after the end of the UK`s passage to the EU and vice versa will be subject to VAT and customs formalities. For fuels, alcohol and tobacco products, equivalent provisions are provided by the EU excise system. After the transition, exports of consumables from the UK to the EU are subject to customs procedures before they can be relocated within the EU.
To meet these requirements, the Uk can access relevant networks and databases.