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An exit deal referendum could be a fatal political blow for May

The UK government is opposed to this and would only reverse course very reluctantly given the fickleness of public opinion.

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Mixing occasional tough talk with an upbeat tone, Mrs May made clear that the UK remains a European country, and that it is in the nation's best interest that the EU succeeds in the future.

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THERESA May set out her vision to exit the European Union (EU) on Tuesday in her most internationally-watched address yet as UK prime minister. She advocated a so-called hard Brexit, arguing against retaining key parts of the EU, including the European Single Market membership. 

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