Cameron on immigration v single market access
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Cameron on immigration vs single market in Brexit talks

During Prime Minister's Questions, David Cameron was asked about potential trade-offs between immigration and access to the single market in talks about the UK's future relationship with the EU after Brexit.

The prime minister said there would be "choppy waters ahead" and warned that the UK could not expect all the benefits of continued links with the EU without some of the costs.

But he stressed the UK needed to secure "the best possible deal".

  • 29 Jun 2016
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