"Customs Facility Regulation", the new plan submitted by May tomorrow
A new trade plan will be proposed by British Prime Minister Theresa May, which will offer Britain the freedom to set tariffs after Brexit.
According to a statement from the Prime Minister's Office, Theresa May will propose to the Council of Ministers tomorrow, Friday, a plan called "Customs facility arrangement", with which he will try to "unblock" the talks about Brexit.
It is recalled that Great Britain is under pressure from European Union officials for the country's exit from the EU.
The plan aims to show that Britain follows the rules of the European Union and can set its own tariffs on trade. It allows London to set tariffs on products that are imported and remain in the country.
The use of technological means will determine which of these products will eventually end up in the EU. In these cases, European duties will be imposed.
Theresa May is expected to present the plan to German Chancellor Angela Merkel today, to ask for her support.