Brexit secretary says position paper will propose deal allowing goods transit across borders to carry on in interim period

Britain may have to pay the EU to participate in a temporary customs union after leaving the bloc, the Brexit secretary has suggested.

In a round of broadcast interviews, David Davis confirmed the government would use a position paper published on Tuesday to propose for a “shortish” period a deal allowing the transit of goods across borders to continue under a temporary customs union.

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