David Cameron Says He Doesn't Regret Holding Brexit Vote

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Speaking to BBC Daily Politics, he said: "What the EU is doing, the game plan, is to use the Northern Ireland border issue to keep us locked in the customs union".

"It was a detailed and forensic rebuttal".

The government can try to overturn the defeats inflicted in the Lords when the bill returns to the Commons later this year.

This is apparently because none of the customs options put forward would work.

Said Murphy: "It shows that the Tories see a hard border as the predetermined outcome of the Brexit negotiations, despite the fact they have already agreed to an option to avoid it", said the Newry and Armagh representative.

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Former U.K. Prime Minster David Cameron says he doesn't regret holding the Brexit vote in 2016, but still wishes the country had voted to remain in the European Union.

"No trickery is going to get her or her government out of the hole they have dug for themselves in ruling out continued membership of the customs union and the single market", she said. Peers rejected a proposal to withdraw Britain from a customs union with the European Union after Brexit without a proper debate in Parliament.

The change demands the government to report to Parliament by October 31 about what steps it's taken to remain inside the customs union, that makes it possible for things to move freely over the eu.

Mujtaba Rahman, of the political consultancy Eurasia group, said: "This is the first time in an official meeting the UK's Mansion House proposals have been systematically shot down by the European Union side".

According to the Telegraph, Mrs May's suggestion of a "customs partnership", where duties destined for the European Union were collected on its behalf, was thrown out because it was too expensive, put too much responsibility on businesses and couldn't be implemented outside of the EU's mechanisms.

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Responding to the Telegraph report, former Treasury permanent secretary Lord Macpherson tweeted: "EU's position on Irish border so predictable".

Separately, the European Council head said leaders agreed with the U.K.'s assessment that it is "highly likely" Russia was responsible for the nerve agent attack in Salisbury, England last month on a former Russian spy, and made a decision to recall the EU ambassador to Moscow.

"We have agreed that the areas covered in the draft must reflect those that meet our shared commitments".

He told those at the Policy Exchange think-tank in London: "The Brits are focused above all on Option B - the technological solution".

"While the uncertainty which Brexit brings remains a challenge for companies, we continue to see growth opportunities within the market and we are expecting to see Irish exports to the United Kingdom grow in 2017".

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