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May draws a red line on immigration for upcoming Brexit negotiations

She says Britain will pursue a unique model after leaving EU and won't adopt an "off-the-shelf solution"
Friday, September 2, 2016 - 05:50

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Mrs May, who had previously backed the "Remain" campaign, told Cabinet colleagues Britain must continue to be very clear that "Brexit means Brexit" and that "we're going to make a success of it".

London

BRITISH Prime Minister Theresa May has drawn a red line on immigration for the upcoming negotiations on Britain's exit from the European Union (EU).

Since European leaders have repeatedly stated that Britain must accept the free movement of EU migrants in exchange for full

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