Julian Jessop writes for The Telegraph
In the article Julian argues that a temporary extension of membership of the Customs Union until the end of 2020 may be a good bridge to something better, without preventing the UK from leaving the Single Market in March 2019. This would ensure that Brexit means Brexit, or something close to it, from day 1. However, permanent membership of the Customs Union is absolutely not where we want to end up.
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