Grayling: UK does not need identical laws to EU for Irish border trade

Regulatory equivalence would allow free flow of trade, says senior Tory as deadline looms for first-stage Brexit deal

The UK does not have to have identical laws to Brussels in order to align regulations to allow free-flowing trade, one of the cabinet’s leading Brexiters, Chris Grayling, has said, hinting at the path the government may pursue to break the stalemate over the Irish border.

Michel Barnier, the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, has told member states that the British government has less than 48 hours to agree a text on a potential deal or negotiations will not move on to the second stage.

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