LONDON (Reuters) – A spokeswoman for British Prime Minister Theresa May stated on Thursday it was fallacious to counsel new Brexit customs proposal would forestall Britain from putting a brand new commerce take care of the United States.
The Spectator journal reported earlier that papers given to ministers earlier than a gathering on Friday had prompt that Britain would stay carefully aligned with the European Union on customs and this may make it exhausting to strike commerce offers with the United States.
“It is categorically untrue to suggest that we will not be able to strike a trade deal with the U.S.” the spokeswoman stated. “The PM has always been clear that we will seek a comprehensive and ambitious trade deal with the U.S. that reflects the strength of our trading and investment relationship.”
Reporting By William James, enhancing by Elizabeth Piper