“British cluelessness”: Theresa May confirms plan to push Hard Brexit outside single market
Tories reject calls for calm Soft Brexit as May targets 2019 exit
THE TORIES HAVE REJECTED calls to keep the closest possible relationship with the European Union after Brexit.
Prime Minister Theresa May confirmed that the Tory Government will prioritise the powers to reduce immigration over continued trading relationships with the EU. The UK, May said, will therefore have to leave the single market of rules that underline billions in trade of goods and services across the continent.