British Prime Minister Theresa May has said she will deliver Brexit, urging people and her divided cabinet to “trust me.”
“You can trust me to deliver,” she promised, writing for a national newspaper after her own Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson dismissed her proposal as “crazy.”
Under May’s preferred customs partnership, the UK would collect tariffs on behalf of the European Union, but Johnson said he would back an alternative plan, based on untested tracking technology.
The premier wrote in an article published in the Sunday Times that she would ensure the UK left the customs union without imposing a hard border in Ireland.
“I will ensure that we take back control of our borders. The public want their own government to decide on the number of people coming into Britain from across the European Union and that is what we are going to do,” she wrote.
“I will ensure that we take back control of our money. We have agreed a…