Published: Sun, March 04, 2018
World | By Camille Rivera

Britain's May pitches mixture of concession and detail in Brexit vision

Britain's May pitches mixture of concession and detail in Brexit vision

May said a Brexit deal on financial services could and should be part of Britain's new relationship with the European Union, despite the EU's refusal so far to allow Britain to pick and choose which part of its bloc's single market it wants to keep full access to if it does not play by the EU's rules.

And she will insist that she will only sign a deal that benefits the whole of Britain and can "bring our country back together".

Hot on the heels of yesterday's anti-Brexit speech from his predecessor Sir John Major, Blair will tell Brussels that Europe holds the key to "getting Britain to change its mind".

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, a figurehead of the Brexit campaign, tweeted his support, and Nicky Morgan, a pro-EU Conservative who has rebelled against the government to keep ties as close to Europe as possible also signaled support.

May stuck to her position that Britain and the European Union should aim for a new kind of trade deal after Brexit.

"Neither of us can have exactly what we want", May said.

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We chose to leave and we have a responsibility to help find a solution.

And she called for "mutual recognition" in areas like regulation of goods, broadcasting licences and professional qualifications. "We must not only negotiate our exit from an organization that touches so many important parts of our national life, we must also build a new and lasting relationship while, given the uncertainty inherent in this negotiation, preparing for every scenario".

One of the five tests the government will apply to Brexit is that any deal must strengthen "our union of nations and our union of people".

Speaking to Mrs May in front of reporters he said: "I'm absolutely sure that after your so-called red line - we'll I'm not happy with it, you know, but of course - but it's natural that you have maybe different point of views when it comes to the essence of Brexit", he said.

The 61-year-old leader has long kept her cards to her chest, trying to avoid provoking those who want a clean break with the European Union, or others, who fear the world's sixth-largest economy will be hit if barriers are raised against a major trading partner.

"We are leaving the single market".

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Mrs May also outlined plans for a "labour mobility framework" to allow businesses and self-employed professionals to work across the United Kingdom and EU.

May also rejected talk within the fringes of her own party over how to handle the Irish border issue.

"I will be making it crystal clear to (European Commission) President Jean-Claude Juncker and others that we will never do so", May added.

For what it's worth, the EU's chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, gave a positive response (pretty much the first one) to the Prime Minister's speech on Twitter.

"Abandoning such ideas will enable us to begin building an ambitious future partnership based on the foundation of realism and in the interests of our citizens and our businesses, and this is my objective".

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