Britain ‘should keep advantages of EU’



BRITAIN should aim to keep the advantages of the customs union after leaving the European Union but without being “locked into a structural model,” Barry Gardiner argued yesterday.
Being part of any customs union or the single market would hinder deals struck between Britain and countries outside the trading bloc, the shadow international trade secretary told a fringe meeting held by think tank IPPR during the Labour Party conference.
This is because Britain is likely to be caught in “asymmetrical relationships” leaving it with no say in rules set by the EU while still paying into the... read more

 
26 September 2017 in Editorial, Views: 46
Source: Morning Star
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