Following pressure since the vote to leave the European Union. Theresa May is to give a speech on Britain's plan for exit.
Hilary Benn has said that these are the most important negotiations since World War 2. 3.5 million jobs and peoples lives are on the table.
The Government are trying to unite the country by unbranding the groups as 'leavers' and 'remainers'.
European Union Leaders have already denied Britain to 'cherry pick' deals that it wants. But the Government are still stating that if we leave the customs union and the single market, we can still get the best deals.
In its place, Mrs May is expected to seek a new customs arrangement that preserves the benefits of the union, specifically no checks when goods cross the border. - Telegraph
One of the worst implications of the decision to leave the customs union is to sacrifice the protection of goods and services. There is a possibility that goods will not be checked when they cross our border.