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MPs could vote for the UK to remain tightly aligned with European Union laws after Brexit on Monday in a move which could lead to the collapse of the Government.

Nearly three dozen Conservative MPs backed a motion tabled by Ken Clarke on Wednesday night to keep Great Britain and Northern Ireland in a customs union with the EU after the UK leaves.

This would mean that the UK would not be able to decide to lower tariffs on imports from non-EU member states.

Mr Clarke’s customs union motion was narrowly defeated by 271 votes to 265 votes on Wednesday, with 34 Tory MPs joining Labour MPs and voting in favour.

One Number 10 source told The Telegraph that if just four MPs had voted on the measure it...

MPs could vote for the UK to remain tightly aligned with European Union laws after Brexit on Monday in a move which could lead to the collapse of the Government.

Nearly three dozen Conservative MPs backed a motion tabled by Ken Clarke on Wednesday night to keep Great Britain and Northern Ireland in a customs union with the EU after the UK leaves.

This would mean that the UK would not be able to decide to lower tariffs on imports from non-EU member states.

Mr Clarke’s customs union motion was narrowly defeated by 271 votes to 265 votes on Wednesday, with 34 Tory MPs joining Labour MPs and voting in favour.

One Number 10 source told The Telegraph that if just four MPs had voted on the measure it...

MPs could vote for the UK to remain tightly aligned with European Union laws after Brexit on Monday in a move which could lead to the collapse of the Government.

Nearly three dozen Conservative MPs backed a motion tabled by Ken Clarke on Wednesday night to keep Great Britain and Northern Ireland in a customs union with the EU after the UK leaves.

This would mean that the UK would not be able to decide to lower tariffs on imports from non-EU member states.

Mr Clarke’s customs union motion was narrowly defeated by 271 votes to 265 votes on Wednesday, with 34 Tory MPs joining Labour MPs and voting in favour.

One Number 10 source told The Telegraph that if just four MPs had voted on the measure it...

MPs could vote for the UK to remain tightly aligned with European Union laws after Brexit on Monday in a move which could lead to the collapse of the Government.

Nearly three dozen Conservative MPs backed a motion tabled by Ken Clarke on Wednesday night to keep Great Britain and Northern Ireland in a customs union with the EU after the UK leaves.

This would mean that the UK would not be able to decide to lower tariffs on imports from non-EU member states.

Mr Clarke’s customs union motion was narrowly defeated by 271 votes to 265 votes on Wednesday, with 34 Tory MPs joining Labour MPs and voting in favour.

One Number 10 source told The Telegraph that if just four MPs had voted on the measure it...