preposition /aʊtwɪð,aʊtwɪθ/
Outside; beyond; outside of.

It is not acceptable to have EU-US deals on extradition, information collection and exchange, and border controls which are cooked up in secret and outwith the democratic control of the European and national parliaments.

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