Tory moderates and business groups push for Theresa May’s preferred customs plan

Tory Brexit moderates and business groups have made a last-ditch attempt to push for Theresa May’s preferred customs plan, with the business secretary warning that thousands of jobs would be at risk unless there is frictionless trade.

Greg Clark dismissed the idea that the prime minister’s idea for a customs partnership, in which the UK would collect import duties on behalf of the EU, had been rejected at a meeting last week of May’s Brexit inner cabinet.

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