May suggested unique deal with EU after Brexit
UK Prime Minister Theresa May gathered her top ministers on Wednesday for the first time after summer break to discuss Britain's future after leaving the European Union.
May started the meeting saying: “We must continue to be very clear that 'Brexit means Brexit’, that we’re going to make a success of it. That means there’s no second referendum; no attempts to sort of stay in the EU by the back door; that we’re actually going to deliver on this.”
PM said that Britain is seeking for “unique”
model for dealing with EU after it leave the bloc and would not adopt an “off-the-shelf solution”
."The PM said that there were two related imperatives: getting the best deal for people at home, and getting the right deal for Britain abroad,"
a spokeswoman for May said.
The May’s cabinet stressed it won’t take EU proposition over migration as it want to reduce the number of migrants."This must mean controls on the numbers of people who come to Britain from Europe but also a positive outcome for those who wish to trade goods and services,"
the spokeswoman added.
Ministers also agreed on Wednesday that Britain should remain "as one of the great trading nations in the world"