Ministers’ joint declaration means UK could strike trade deals with non-EU countries from moment it leaves in March 2019
Britain will leave the European Union by the "back door" leaving the single market and customs union in March 2019, Philip Hammond and Liam Fox have jointly declared.
Chancellor criticised after signing article saying UK would be outside customs union during post-Brexit transition period
Liam Fox and Philip Hammond have presented a united front to declare the UK will not stay in the EU by a “back door” after Brexit.
Britain will leave the European Union by the 'back door' leaving the single market and customs union in March 2019, Philip Hammond and Liam Fox have jointly declared. In an attempt to provide a unified front after a summer of open conflict…
The two ministers, whose views on Brexit differ, both stress the UK will leave the single market and customs union in 2019.
Brexit: UK will not seek to remain in the EU 'by the back door', pledge Fox and Hammond in show of Tory unity
Senior members of the Government have declared the UK will not seek to remain in the European Union “by the back door” and will leave both the single market and the customs union when Brexit happens in 2019. Chancellor Philip Hammond, a…
The deal sketched out by the international trade secretary and the chancellor is one the EU could never agree to. Why did they go public with it?