The U.K. government must change its approach to Brexit to secure a withdrawal agreement if the EU continues to oppose its customs proposals, according to a House of Commons committee.
Brexit secretary Dominic Raab told journalists, however, that the government has made compromises. “We do need to see that matched on the EU side,” he said.
Prime Minister Theresa May told the BBC September 17 that if Parliament does not back the Chequers proposals, “the alternative to that would be not having a deal.” Read more:
My news story for Worldwide Tax Daily, published by Tax Notes on September 19 (paywall)