House Of Commons Suspended After Furious Mps Rage Over Brexit Plans

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Theresa May is struggling to quell a mounting Tory revolt over her Brexit plan
Eurosceptics accused her of running 'small cabal' and holding MPs in contempt
The Government's White Paper on Brexit plans was published this morning 
Brexiteer Tories lashed the proposa  
Allowing EU workers who have a job to temporarily come to Britain and allow tourists to visit without a visa 
Students and young people will also get travel rights under the plans  
Creating a new 'joint committee' of EU and UK officials to rule on disputes. European Court of Justice judges will be allowed to advise on EU law
Paving the way for an 'association agreement' between Britain and the EU - which Brexiteers will say is a step back toward full membership 
Annual summits involving the Prime Minister and all EU leaders 
A new free trade area in goods, based on a 'common rulebook' of EU regulations necessary. This will require the UK to commit by treaty to match EU rules
'Mobility' rules which will end automatic freedom of movement, but still allow UK and EU citizens to travel without visas for tourism and temporary work. It will also enable businesses to move staff between countries. 
Continued UK participation in and funding of European agencies covering areas like chemicals, aviation safety and medicines
A 'facilitated customs arrangement', removing the need for customs checks at UK-EU ports. It would allow differing UK and EU tariffs on goods from elsewhere in the world to be paid at the border, removing the need for rebates in the vast majority of cases. In theory this allows Britain to sign trade deals.
Keeping services - such as banking or legal support - outside of the common rule book, meaning the UK is completely free to set its own regulations. It accepts it will mean less trade in services between the UK and EU.
A new system for financial services, which will not replicate the EU's passporting regime. 
Continued co-operation on energy and transport, a 'common rulebook' on state aid and commitments to maintain high standards of environmental and workplace protections. 
A security deal allowing continued UK participation in Europol and Eurojust, 'co-ordination' of UK and EU policies on foreign affairs, defence and development, and wider co-operation in areas like cyber-warfare and counter-terrorism.
Continued use of the EHIC health insurance card.
Annual negotiations on access to fishing waters and the sharing of fish stocks.

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