System would be used before and after Brexit and could delay Liam Fox’s ability to implement new trade deals, according to strategy paper

Britain expects to “mirror” much of the existing EU customs system both during and after Brexit, according to new government plans that could prevent Liam Fox’s immediate ability to implement new trade deals.

This first detailed look at Whitehall’s negotiating strategy also reveals new reporting requirements for businesses as a way to minimise delays at international borders and avoid the need to build extra physical infrastructure.

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