UK government and Labour to discuss customs union in latest Brexit talks: finance spokesman
Tuesday, 9 April 2019 Britain's main opposition Labour Party will discuss the prospect of customs union with the European Union in talks with the government on finding a Brexit compromise on Tuesday, said John McDonnell, its finance policy chief.
The Telegraph’s deputy political editor reported that Prime Minister Theresa May and Labour are yet to agree whether a customs union or confirmatory public vote would be part of a compromise deal to win the opposition party’s support for a Brexit deal. Steven Swinford said on Twitter that May’s...
Britian has been having troubles decided if the country would rather leave or remain in the EU. Even after polling the entire country, the opinion was split almost exactly down the middle. Now the PM..
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday he did not want to give a running commentary on Brexit talks when asked whether Northern Ireland would be... Reuters Also reported by •Independent •BBC News •Belfast Telegraph