T he Brexit secretary, David Davis, last week convened 33 UK business leaders to Chevening : a place I know well, as it was the grace-and-favour house that my husband, Nick Clegg, used when he was deputy prime minister. Here, according to the Financial Times, British business leaders were asked to share the table with the Legatum Institute, a thinktank with unparalleled access to Davis and Theresa May and that seems to have been at the origin of some of the preposterous positions on Brexit taken by the government so far. Its inexplicable presence at that table was the clearest signal that the government has not changed its views on Brexit after the general election even one tiny little bit. It is run by a British American director. The funding of the institute comes from a foundation that is part of a Dubai-based private investment group. Unlike thinktanks like the Center for European Reform which knows more about the EU than the whole cabinet put together, the common characteristic of most of the Legatum trade commission seems to be not having worked at any time within the EU or even directly with it. I have negotiated myself for the EU on many occasions on trade, and I have seen how shocked negotiators from other countries become when they realise how difficult it is to negotiate with 27 countries — with their own institutions and legal system — at the same time. It is easy to see why this government would be mesmerised by Legatum.
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T he Labour party leadership has finally accepted that protecting the interests of British business requires, at the very least, keeping the UK in a customs union with the European Union after Brexit. Indeed, the overwhelming majority of British businesses have been calling for this since the referendum took place. The government continues to refuse to respond positively to those business calls. It argues that a customs union would make it impossible for the UK to negotiate its own free-trade agreements with non-European countries. A customs union is an agreement between countries to eliminate customs duties.
A customs union won’t help – there is no such thing as a ‘soft’ Brexit | Vernon Bogdanor
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