The Brexit wrangling intensified today when the European Union (EU) rejected the UK’s own Brexit plan, which attempted to retain some access to the customs union. In a speech, president of the European Council, Donald Tusk, reiterated the desire of the EU to retain a close relationship with the UK after Brexit, for security and defence reasons and in seeking to maintain education and cultural links. He also called out the need to ensure flights are not disrupted between the UK and the EU. He said: “I am determined to avoid that particularly absurd consequence of Brexit that is the

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