Sky News has established the Government has been signing a series of secret agreements with companies and industry groups over highly controversial outcomes of the Brexit process for Britain's trade border.
The Prime Minister has confessed to Sky News she is "worried" about the younger generation not getting an opportunity to get their foot on the housing ladder and its subsequent impact on wealth inequality in the UK. In an interview to mark the launch of Sky News' Line 18 series of reports from across a nation of divides, Theresa May said the country could come together in a national mission of house building.
After Theresa May made a significant intervention in the Brexit debate by going into detail about her vision for "the broadest and deepest possible partnership" with the EU, Sky's Political Editor Faisal Islam looks at where we go from here. Theresa May gets a little more time to establish what could have been first principles of her negotiation starting point. But this is way behind where we really should be half way through the Article 50 process.
Those important Japanese investors/ multinationals communicating pretty bluntly what they need in Brexit negotiations - entire EU acquis to apply in transition, and for it to last long enough and be extendible: “pls keep it all the same” basically... https://t.co/JBmPeUdDlZ
10. They say Highly streamlined customs option requires negotiations to start, will not deliver NI open border, and doubt the interest in EU negotiating it when majority perceived for staying in a Customs Union
9. Other details - contacts say No 1 option for customs from Mansion House, the “customs partnership” which maintains no checks, but requires businesses to track goods to consumer refund different tariffs has been repeatedly treated contemptuously by manufacturers & logistics cos
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