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The red lines Europe won't cross in Brexit talks

Survey shows host of competing demands facing May’s government

9th August, 2016
British prime minister Theresa May

The survey, based on responses from ministries, public comments from government officials and interviews with policy makers, reveals European leaders are laying down their own red lines as May’s team weighs what it wants to seek in the Brexit talks.

The result is a complex patchwork of priorities – from an insistence on freedom of movement to the sovereignty of Gibraltar – that may run counter to what the UK wants to achieve...

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