No-deal Brexit 'would entail substantial costs'

The mayor of London Sadiq Khan is pushing for a second Brexit referendum. 

The mayor of London Sadiq Khan is pushing for a second Brexit referendum. 

Her comments in a BBC Panorama interview came as Boris Johnson mounted another attack on Mrs May's strategy, claiming that the issue of the Irish border is being used to turn the United Kingdom into a "vassal state" and that talks will end in a "spectacular political vehicle crash".

Former foreign minister Boris Johnson, who quit in July in protest at the Chequers plan, launched a fresh attack on it in his weekly newspaper column on Monday.

That would see goods tracked using a barcode and undergo customs checks on ferries or on arrival at factories, according to a separate report in the Financial Times.

The proposals are to be circulated to European governments after the Conservative Party conference which starts on September 30, according to the Times.

"A future prime minister could always choose to alter the relationship between Britain and the European Union".

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Gove said the responsibility was now with Brussels "because we've shown flexibility".

Plans were discussed at a meeting of senior European Union ambassadors in Brussels after Environment Secretary Michael Gove's intervention last week.

The London Mayor explained that with negotiations in disarray and the very real prospect of a "no deal" Brexit - which would be disastrous for Britain, he now believed that the British people should also be given a say on whatever Brexit Theresa May's government managed to negotiate with the other European Union member states.

"It will be a shock to supply", Lagarde said at the presentation of an International Monetary Fund annual report on Britain's economic outlook.

Mr Johnson has backed proposals by the pro-Brexit European Research Group that physical checks can be done away from the border, without keeping the United Kingdom or Northern Ireland tied to EU customs rules.

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Khan's comments come on the same day as he called for a second vote on Brexit.

The next few weeks look crucial for Mrs May and the Brexit talks.

Both sides could be in a position to confirm a Brexit agreement at a specially convened meeting in November. "The pressures this causes means that we have to turn away qualified doctors, teachers, and entrepreneurs from non-EU countries who would make a positive contribution to this country".

That would be music to the ears of the main opposition Labour Party, which has faced its own turmoil over how to balance competing views of Brexit. "This is a political fight, but we intend to do our best", he said at a Royal Society event in London on Monday.

The government is set to publish its detailed immigration proposals in the coming months, which is widely expected to be a general toughening of stance on controlling the numbers that come into the country in line with the Conservative party's target to reduce migration. "In other words, stop making bold claims when you really don't know what will happen", Lea said on Twitter. Signs are growing that the party has no intention of bailing the Prime Minister out.

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