Theresa May's lack of clarity ended today, with a 12-point plan for UK negotiations with the EU.
Theresa May today set out her stall for Brexit, including a departure from the Single Market, and warned Brussels that any attempt to punish London would be “an act of calamitous self-harm.” She told an audience of European Ambassadors that the UK would no longer be subject to European Courts, nor pay into the EU, but would be willing to continue to supply counter-terrorism support.
Ever since her appointment as Prime Minister she has been called “Theresa Maybe” for being unable to clarify her position on Europe. But that lack of clarity ended today, with a 12-point plan for the UKs negotiations with the EU.
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