‘Categorically clear’: What being outside a customs union with the EU will mean for post-Brexit UK

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Abstract

Being outside a customs union with the EU will mean that costs of many goods will be higher, risks associated with trade will be greater, and borders (including with Ireland) will have to be harder. Katy Hayward (Queen’s University Belfast) cautions about the consequences for British businesses and consumers of this new statement of intention from the British government.
Original languageEnglish
TypeBlog
PublisherLSE Brexit Blog
Publication statusPublished - 06 Feb 2018

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