LONDON (Reuters) – Britain can’t inform companies for sure what its future relationship with the European Union can be as soon as it leaves the bloc, business minister Greg Clark mentioned on Wednesday, forward of government talks to finalize its method to Brexit.
“This is a (Brexit) negotiation which is about to happen. We can’t guarantee an end-state until it has been agreed by both sides,” Clark instructed the BBC in an interview.
He gave no particulars of the end-state Britain was searching for, or a deadline by which government would finalize its method.
Reporting by Alistair Smout; enhancing by Guy Faulconbridge