UK Opposition Sets Out Brexit Customs Policy
The UK opposition Labour party has announced a major shift in its approach to Brexit.
The UK opposition Labour party has announced a shift in its policy towards Brexit, while insisting that any new customs union must give Britain a say in forging future trade deals. The party's business spokesperson Rebecca Long-Bailey explains this proposed new customs arrangement with the EU. And we get reaction from the Brexit-supporting Conservative member of parliament, Michael Fabricant. Also in the programme, mobile manufacturers are showing off their latest wares at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Our technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones tells us which devices have been garnering attention. We have a report from Sierra Leone exploring what happened to millions of dollars pledged to the country during the Ebola crisis, which remain unaccounted for. Plus Daniel Hungerman of the University of Notre Dame explains his research that suggests fertility rates can predict recessions.
(Picture: Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Picture credit: EPA.)