I came across several usage of would and will in a news article, but it is of pretty much confusing use. I picked a few sentences in the article with would or will in.
According to No 10, the new plan would allow the UK the freedom to set its own tariffs on goods arriving into the country.
Downing Street says it is confident the arrangement would be partly in place by the end of the proposed transition period in December 2020 - with the system being fully operational by the next general election.
However, the arrangement has not been explained in full - and it is not clear whether the cabinet will back the plan, or whether the EU would agree.
Technology would be used to determine where the goods will ultimately end up - and therefore whether UK or EU tariffs should be paid.
Can I exchange will for would or the other way around?
And especially the last two. would was used just next to a will, but I think they express the same thing, why writer used like this way.