British Prime Minister Theresa May leaves 10 Downing Street in London, to attend Prime Minister's Questions at the Houses of Parliament, Wednesday, May 2, 2018. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
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Britain is still weeks away from making a decision on its future customs arrangements with the European Union, a minister said on Sunday, adding fuel to a debate that is all but stalling talks in Brussels and politics at home.After local elections last week when Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party did better than many expected, how to solve Britain's new border with the EU when it leaves the bloc is increasingly a headache for her team.On Sunday, her business minister, Greg Clark, again made the case for that partnership, saying the option had not been rejected but that ministers were working on it and another high-tech option to try to reduce any new friction at the border.Both options have been dismissed by EU negotiators.
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