Theresa May has ruled out any kind of “soft Brexit” that would leave the UK outside the European Union.
The Prime Minister said she was “not going to do anything” that might cause the UK to exit the EU.
The decision to avoid a hard Brexit, which would have left Britain in a “soft” Brexit with a weaker single market and a lower tariff regime, has drawn widespread criticism from other EU leaders.
The Conservative leader said she would consult the European Commission and the European Parliament before deciding on the final deal, according to the Telegraph.
Theresa Villiers is the Chief Economist of HSBC’s UK business unit.
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