The British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson recently told the media that the rime was ripe or the UK to come “fully out” of the EU customs union during his recent trip to Latin America, He clearly stated that the potential trading partners wanted the UK to leave the EU tariffs union He said it would be beneficial for the country to strike deals with the dynamic countries.. He again advocated for the need for total exit from the customs union The Brexiters have become annoyed by the inordinate delays in cabinet decision-making over the future customs model.

The foreign secretary’ reacted sharply after Jacob Rees-Mogg, the chairman of the European Research Group of Tories invited May to discuss regarding an issue of taking a tougher stand with Brussels in the negotiations. He said the government ” solutions to the customs problem and must be prepared to tell Brussels it would walk away without paying the Brexit separation bill.

Jacob Rees-Mogg on The Andre, Rees-Mogg said May had made a mistake over her approach to the Irish border issue, one of the most contentious aspects of the negotiations, by ruling out the prospect of unilaterally keeping an open frontier after Brexit. Rees-Mogg was of the opinion that the prime minister made a blunder by canceling position of negotiation with Ireland According to Mogg the Irish economy was heavily dependent on its trade with the United Kingdom, and it was unethical to do anything which would affect the people of the Republic of Ireland.

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