To get a deal, let's allow EU officials at UK borders

Two years ago, over 17 million people voted to leave the EU to take back control of our laws, money, borders and trade. It’s now clear that the Prime Minister’s Chequers proposal doesn’t deliver this for the UK because we would be required to follow the EU’s regulatory rulebook, hobbling our ability to do trade deals around the World, still subject to the European Court of Justice.

It doesn’t work for the EU because it conflicts with its key aims and objectives. The EU wants to ensure that it is in full control of the EU single market. So the UK being half in, half out doesn’t work for the EU legal order, with its complicated customs and regulatory checks.

The EU is clear – the UK has two options,…

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