Starmer said remaining in a customs union was the only realistic way to get “tariff-free access” to the European market. REUTERS
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Britain's main opposition party is poised for a significant policy change that could increase pressure on Prime Minister Theresa May to deliver a "soft" Brexit that maintains some formal economic ties to Europe.A policy shift by Corbyn would be significant because Labour lawmakers could join forces with advocates of a "soft" Brexit in the governing Conservative Party to pressure May, who already faces deep divisions within her own party.If Corbyn and Labour clearly support a customs union, it would give the party a different approach from the one favored by May, who has said repeatedly that Britain will leave both the customs union and the single market.
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