May hopes to lure Labour with customs plan
British officials have been drafting a new law to provide for a customs union style arrangement with the EU to guarantee there is no need for checks on goods crossing the UK’s border
Theresa May is weighing up plans to win the support of opposition Labour politicians for her Brexit deal, including potentially a much tighter customs relationship with the European Union, according to a person familiar with the matter.
The British prime minister could set out her proposals in a speech later this week, although none of the plans have been finalised.
Officials have been drafting a new law to provide for a customs union style arrangement...
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