Mr Davis said the new white paper - extending to more than 100 pages - would set out "what would change and what would feel different" after Brexit and was an opportunity for the Government to show the thought behind its approach to the change to a domestic and European Union audience. Her inner Cabinet met again on Tuesday for about 90 minutes.
Ministers on opposite ends of the Brexit debate have been fighting over customs, an issue that goes to the heart of what kind of relationship Britain will have with its biggest trading partner after it leaves the bloc.
The Foreign Secretary spoke out after facing calls to resign for saying one of the two options being considered by Downing Street was "crazy".
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Mr Davis has reportedly told Mrs May that the customs partnership model she favours would be illegal under worldwide law. Both sides worry that reinstating a physical border between EU-member Ireland and Britain's province of Northern Ireland - including to manage customs - could revive violence there. The advice will be provided directly to Mrs May and not considered by the cabinet sub-committee set up last week to examine the proposal's merits.
However, ministers did agree that big decisions had to be taken soon, one official said. Lidington said the government was seeking legal opinion on both options, after reports suggested both could face legal hurdles.
Karen Bradley appeared before the European Scrutiny committee on Wednesday morning.
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But EU negotiator Michel Barnier said on Monday that no significant progress had been made in the Brexit talks since March and warned London that time was running out to seal a deal by October to prevent Britain crashing out of the bloc.
A customs union is an agreement by a group of countries, such as the EU, to all apply the same tariffs on imported goods from the rest of the world and, typically, eliminate them entirely for trade within the group. The party has used the "humble address" to get the government to hand over documents in the past.
The main opposition Labour Party said Tuesday it will use a rarely deployed parliamentary device to force the government to reveal the details of the two customs options, which could reveal key intelligence on what May's government has in mind to pitch to Brussels.
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The Brexiteers are determined to ensure Mrs May does not backtrack on a customs union or single market and seem to have little concern about the implications for the border in the event of a hard Brexit.
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