The EU has come under fire as they propose a new information database system which the British government are more than offended by, seeing that the new system is not ideal for the British.
It seems that negotiations between EU-UK relations continue to be stifled due to conflicting ideals as both parties continuously function on non-amicable grounds. This comes to be after representatives of the UK side of negotiations voiced their disappointment in the new Schengen Information System deal.
The EU-representatives that offered a new Schengen Information deal to their counterparts, noted that it would be impossible for non-EU countries to access their database and advocated for the British to acquire a much simpler information system.
The British government has since voiced that they are offended over the deal and demand that they receive an information system that is up to par with their standards, and in fact proposed that the system be equivalent to the SIS II.
However, EU representatives do not see the need for an aggressive system such as the SIS II for the British considering they will not be sharing the information with any of their European counterparts.
The UK demanded a system similar to the SIS II system due to its efficient technological advances that allow for an expansive hold on criminal database. The EU however has remained firm in their stance, as they do not see a need for the British to attain such an aggressive system.