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UK: Boris Johnson will tell the EU he is prepared to accept post-Brexit border
- Boris Johnson will tell the EU he is prepared to accept post-Brexit border
checks rather than allowing Britain to be a rule-taker in a major speech setting
out his aims for a trade deal next week. The Prime Minister will say sovereignty
is more important than frictionless trade, defying warnings from Brussels that
the UK must accept EU standards on goods if it wants the best possible deal.
Whitehall sources have told The Daily Telegraph that while Mr Johnson wants to
avoid tariffs and quotas on cross-Channel trade, he will never cave in to
demands for alignment on regulations, despite knowing "the consequences that
flow from that".