Published: Thu, November 08, 2018
Sci-tech | By Jackie Newman

Regrexit? British Voters would Now Back Staying in the EU

Regrexit? British Voters would Now Back Staying in the EU

"The Irish position remains consistent and v clear that a "time-limited backstop" or a backstop that could be ended by United Kingdom unilaterally would never be agreed to by Ireland or the European Union", Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said on Twitter.

This could give mainland Britain some scope to set trade rules while keeping the province of Northern Ireland aligned with the EU.

There will be an "exit clause" from the customs union in a bid to convince Brexiteers that it is not a permanent arrangement as May looks to secure enough votes to get the deal through parliament, said the paper.

Mrs May will meet with her cabinet tomorrow to brief ministers on the status of Brexit negotiations, and to persuade them to rally round her solution to the Irish border issue.

But he made clear he would not accept an arrangement which gave the United Kingdom unilateral powers to ditch the customs union without the agreement of Brussels.

The Taoiseach also said the UK's withdrawal from the bloc had undermined the historic Good Friday Agreement that ended three decades of violence in Northern Ireland and called for a guarantee that there would be no return of a hard border with the Republic.

The sides have moved closer to agreeing on customs arrangements under the emergency Irish border fix, sources in Brussels have said, which would keep all of the United Kingdom in a customs arrangement with the European Union, as London has sought.

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Though inflation leaped to "exceptional levels" of over 6%, only 1 in 5 "Leave" voters stated they would amend their vote.

UK Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab.

Justice Secretary David Gauke told the Channel 4 programme that revealed the results: "If we leave on no deal terms there's is no good shying away, it will be very bad for us economically".

This is a tragedy for Northern Ireland, for ties between Dublin and Belfast and for Irish-British relations. "The Chequers-type deal, as I say, if we don't have friction with trade, then, economically, I don't think it's going to make a particular big difference one way or the other".

However, if these Brexiteers are not convinced that the customs union is only a temporary measure they would nearly certainly rebel.

Meanwhile, a Survation poll of 20,000 people for Channel 4 estimated Remain would win another in/out referendum by 54%-46%. As per the report, although the increase in inflation between 2016 and 2017 charged most households about £900, the economy wasn't an overruling factor for several who voted to depart from the European Union, and this persists to be the scenario.

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