British Prime Minister Theresa Might is looking for a compromise with opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn in hopes of securing a divorce cope with the European Union.
Justice Minister Rory Stewart informed the BBC on Monday that variations between the two aren’t as nice as some recommend, but the government can’t settle for a customs union that might forestall Britain from negotiating trade offers with other nations. He says Might’s agreement can achieve “quite a lot of what Jeremy Corbyn is keen on with out taking away that choice of getting different trade offers.”
Britain is because of depart the EU on March 29, however Parliament has rejected Might’s divorce deal. EU leaders have rejected any modifications to the legally binding withdrawal agreement.
The deadlock risks a chaotic departure that may harm the financial system.
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