Poles apart? Theresa May (left) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel after talks at the Chancellery in Berlin in July. Merkel has explicitly insisted that single market access requires full acceptance of the four freedoms of movement of labour, capital, goods and services. The same sentiments prevail among many member states. Photo: Reuters.
Patrick Low
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Britain’s decision to go for a ‘hard’ Brexit promises rough ride ahead

PM Theresa May wants the country to ‘take control of our own destiny’, but Hollande and Merkel appear determined to make her pay a high price

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Poles apart? Theresa May (left) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel after talks at the Chancellery in Berlin in July. Merkel has explicitly insisted that single market access requires full acceptance of the four freedoms of movement of labour, capital, goods and services. The same sentiments prevail among many member states. Photo: Reuters.
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