Britain's shadow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer appears on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show in London, Britain May 13, 2018. Jeff Overs/BBC/Handout via REUTERS
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British Prime Minister Theresa May said Sunday she could be trusted to deliver Brexit, but that it could not be done without compromises on all sides -- a possible warning to cabinet ministers who are deeply split over future customs arrangements.The divisions inside her government over the customs issue were laid bare Tuesday when Foreign Minister Boris Johnson said proposals for a customs partnership with the European Union after Britain leaves the bloc were "crazy". The issue has all but stalled Brexit discussions in Brussels and politics in Britain, where pro-Brexit lawmakers have lined up to denounce what is said to be May's preferred plan.An alternative proposal, called "maximum facilitation", which relies on future technology to ensure trade continues easily after Brexit, is also being considered by members of her cabinet.The EU has dismissed both proposals.
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