French president warns Britain that Europe will not soften its stance as hard Brexit looms
FRENCH President Francois Hollande has warned that the European Union will remain firm with Britain after it appeared UK Prime Minister Theresa May had opted for a "hard Brexit".
The message coming out of the Conservative Party conference was that Britain will give up trying to remain in the EU's single market so that the UK government can impose controls on immigration from the other 27 EU member states.
And President Hollande made it clear that Europe will not allow access to the single market without the UK paying a political price and that there will be no major concessions... read more
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