UK's Farage: customs union deal would be 'final betrayal'

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UK's Farage: customs union deal would be 'final betrayal'

British Prime Minister Theresa May has stepped up calls for a cross-party deal to secure the UK's exit from the European Union, with reports that her Conservatives are offering new concessions including a temporary customs union.

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UK's Farage: customs union deal would be 'final betrayal'

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Nigel Farage, leader of the UK's Brexit Party, has said a Brexit deal between the UK's two main parties - involving a temporary customs union - would be the "final betrayal." British Prime Minister Theresa May has stepped up calls to agree a cross-party deal with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, after both parties suffered poor results in local elections on Thursday (May 2.) The Sunday Times reported that the Conservatives are prepared to offer new concessions when talks restart on Tuesday (May 7), including a temporary customs union.

But Farage, whose newly-formed party will be standing in European Parliament elections scheduled for later this month, said that would be seen as a "coalition of politicians against the people."

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