British Prime Minister’s step on Brexit


The Prime Minister made it clear that her fundamental aim was regain full control of immigration and lawmaking — and that leaving the single market was the inevitable consequence. However Britain will seek tariff-free trade with the bloc after Brexit, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday. She wants a customs deal with the EU to ensure cross-border trade with Europe was as “frictionless as possible”.”I want to remove as many barriers to trade as possible and I want Britain to be free to establish our own tariff schedules at the World Trade Organisation, meaning we can reach new trade agreements not just with the EU but with old friends and new allies from outside Europe too,” she said. The final Brexit deal will be decided by members of the UK parliament and they could, in theory, block the deal.


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