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No single market a la carte for UK: EU leaders

Another summit to be held on Sept 16 to discuss further fallout from Brexit vote
Thursday, June 30, 2016 - 05:50

Mr Juncker (left) said Britain did not have "months to meditate" on triggering a divorce although Mr Tusk said that he understood that time was needed "for the dust to settle" in Britain before the next steps can be taken.


EU leaders agreed on Wednesday that Britain cannot have access to the single market after leaving the union without accepting the bloc's rules on free movement, president Donald Tusk said.

"There will be no single market a la carte," Mr Tusk told a news conference in

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