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Theresa May's chief Brexit adviser secretly warned her that the customs backstop is a "bad outcome" for the UK which will see regulatory checks in the Irish Sea and put security co-operation at risk, The Telegraph can reveal.

Oliver Robbins warned in a letter to the Prime Minister that there is no legal "guarantee" that Britain will be able to break off from the backstop, potentially leaving the UK trapped in a Customs Union with the EU.

He argued that extending the transition period after Brexit would provide a more "cast iron escape route" than entering into the backstop, which under Mrs May's deal will kick in if a solution to the Irish border issue cannot be found by December 2020.

He said:...

Theresa May's chief Brexit adviser secretly warned her that the customs backstop is a "bad outcome" for the UK which will see regulatory checks in the Irish Sea and put security co-operation at risk, The Telegraph can reveal.

Oliver Robbins warned in a letter to the Prime Minister that there is no legal "guarantee" that Britain will be able to break off from the backstop, potentially leaving the UK trapped in a Customs Union with the EU.

He argued that extending the transition period after Brexit would provide a more "cast iron escape route" than entering into the backstop, which under Mrs May's deal will kick in if a solution to the Irish border issue cannot be found by December 2020.

He said:...

Theresa May's chief Brexit adviser secretly warned her that the customs backstop is a "bad outcome" for the UK which will see regulatory checks in the Irish Sea and put security co-operation at risk, The Telegraph can reveal.

Oliver Robbins warned in a letter to the Prime Minister that there is no legal "guarantee" that Britain will be able to break off from the backstop, potentially leaving the UK trapped in a Customs Union with the EU.

He argued that extending the transition period after Brexit would provide a more "cast iron escape route" than entering into the backstop, which under Mrs May's deal will kick in if a solution to the Irish border issue cannot be found by December 2020.

He said:...

Theresa May's chief Brexit adviser secretly warned her that the customs backstop is a "bad outcome" for the UK which will see regulatory checks in the Irish Sea and put security co-operation at risk, The Telegraph can reveal.

Oliver Robbins warned in a letter to the Prime Minister that there is no legal "guarantee" that Britain will be able to break off from the backstop, potentially leaving the UK trapped in a Customs Union with the EU.

He argued that extending the transition period after Brexit would provide a more "cast iron escape route" than entering into the backstop, which under Mrs May's deal will kick in if a solution to the Irish border issue cannot be found by December 2020.

He said:...