Putting an end to the British plan, he told reporters in Brussels: "The EU can not - and will not - delegate the application of its customs policy and rules, Value-Added Tax and excise duty collection to a non-member, who would not be subject to the EU's governance structures".
She said: "What I see is people focusing their minds now on the impact the future relationship will have on their economies as well as ours".
The prime minister told Parliament yesterday that overall responsibility for the negotiations is being moved to the Cabinet Office - where a dedicated team reporting directly to May has "played an increasing role in Brexit talks during recent months", says the BBC.
It was feared that more than 400 drug molecules centrally approved in Europe would no longer be available for distribution to patients in the United Kingdom post-Brexit, with all medicines manufactured in the United Kingdom after March 29, 2019 regarded as imports from a 'third country'.
Gurr told The Guardian last month Amazon has invested £9.3 billion ($12.2 billion) in its United Kingdom operations since 2010.
"I hope that even under a no-deal scenario that there will still be smooth movement in through ports".
But he insisted he was working for a deal, telling MPs: "What I'm not going to do is wallow in pessimism about the state of this country in relation to Brexit and we are going to go into these negotiations with economic confidence and political ambition".
The technology needed for the UK's customs plan in the white paper, in the unlikely event of a U-turn by Barnier, is not expected to be ready until 2022 at the earliest.
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It's not the first report to suggest that food safety standards could be at risk in a no-deal Brexit.
It came as the government used the last day of the parliamentary term before the summer recess to publish details of legislation that will implement a withdrawal agreement.
The announcement comes amid increasing uncertainty about how Britain would finally leave the European Union and whether the two sides could reach a permanent agreement to determine their future relations.
A 38-page White Paper sets out plans for a new financial authority to manage payment of the UK's divorce bill to the European Union over the years after Brexit.
Raab told a committee of MPs that May's statement simply confirmed that there is "one team, one change of command".
There are growing fears now that Britain could leave without any deal, and both sides are stepping up contingency plans.
Initially announced last November, the Bill will create a new financial authority to manage payments to the European Union over the years after Brexit.
"From the 30th March 2019 until the 31st December 2020, common rules will remain in place".