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>> Well, I very order->> A distinct lack of order in Westminster on Thursday, as British MPs had documents chucked at them.>> Order, order, can I->> It's the Brexit blueprint everyone's been waiting for, two years and two cabinet resignations later. Parliament was trying to discuss the 100 page report, but no one had even read it yet.
>> It is most regrettable that this situation has arisen.>> Now that they have, they'll have seen the UK government's official vision for future UK, EU economic ties.>> The take home from this latest Brexit white paper->> With officials on the white paper->> In this white paper-
>> Of this white paper->> Reuters Breakingviews European Editor, Peter Thal Larsen.>> At the core of this White Paper is really Theresa May's government trying to deliver on what it thinks people wanted from Brexit. And what they've really come up with is a series of arrangements that they think can allow the UK to continue exporting and importing from the EU without having customs checks.
And at the same time, having control of immigration. And no longer, obviously, being part of the single market.>> Even getting to this stage has proved arduous. Ardent Brexiteers have voiced concerns there won't be a clean enough break with the EU. Brexit Secretary David Davis resigned over the plan, as did Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
When exit talks get underway again soon, they'll feature a new Brexit Secretary, and a newly defined mission. The question is whether they'll have any better chance of success.