EU weighs Irish border compromise in tentative Brexit deal: FT

(Reuters) – The European Union is weighing a compromise on a plan for Northern Ireland that would give Britain stronger guarantees that a customs border would not be needed along the Irish Sea, the Financial Times reported on Thursday.

Under the tentative proposal, the EU would lay out the full terms of a “bare-bones” all-UK customs union in the Brexit agreement, avoiding the need to negotiate a second customs treaty after Brexit, the newspaper reported, citing several diplomats familiar with the plan.

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