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BRC renews calls for “frictionless” customs deal after EU labels it as “fantasy”

BRC renews calls for “frictionless” customs deal after EU labels it as “fantasy”

A referendum held in June 2016 saw 52 percent of people voting to leave the European Union after 44 years of membership.

Mr Blair also said he thought Brexit would only work if Britain became a Singapore-style, low-tax, low-regulation economy, but that he feared voters would reject such a big change.

The British Retail Consortium (BRC) has renewed calls for the European Commission and the United Kingdom government to guarantee the free movement of goods after the United Kingdom leaves the European Union.

In response, BRC chief executive Helen Dickinson said a deal that ensures "strong co-operation" between the United Kingdom and EU on customs policy was "crucial" in order to maintain the flow of goods between the United Kingdom and key European markets.

"I don't believe May listens to anyone, but we've got to do what we can to make the point that this will severely harm our country", Townsend told AFP. Early hard negotiations between the United Kingdom and European Union have failed to resolve basic issues such as the "divorce bill" that the United Kingdom will have to pay on departure in 2019.

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Former Conservative Chancellor Ken Clarke predicted the government would have to change the wording of the bill to deal with concerns about what he said was an unprecedented use of delegated powers.

Parliament is expected to vote Monday on a repeal bill created to eventually incorporate many European Union laws into British law once the separation becomes final. "What we now need to address is the practical consequences of what is our new relationship".

That decision was made by the British people last June.

Britain can control immigration without leaving the EU, Tony Blair has claimed, immediately drawing fire from a senior cabinet minister. "Europe matters to this country and we've got to keep it", Cable said.

Mr Blair appeared on the Andrew Marr show after releasing research calling for tighter controls on immigration instead of Brexit.

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He said those "open border" arrangements were no longer appropriate with some communities resentful at newcomers taking jobs and depressing wages. The U.K. already lags behind on a planned upgrade to its online customs system, the report says, and ports such as Dover and Holyhead lack the space for major expansion even if time were available.

The report proposed new rules that would stop European Union citizens having the right to reside without a job offer, saying that they would be barred from having bank accounts, renting homes or welfare benefits.

"They are not voting on whether or not we leave the EU".

"This is precisely the territory the Labour Party should camp upon".

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