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Theresa May's cabinet is divided on whether Brexit will tear the UK economy apart or not

Theresa May's cabinet is split down the middle over how damaging Brexit will be on the country's economy. Despite a display of unity at the party's recent conference in Birmingham, the prime minister is being forced to deal with a major rift between cabinet ministers over how Britain should approach post-Brexit trade. The row relates to whether Britain should leave the European customs union, according to the Times, a tariff-free zone which comes with EU membership.
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