LONDON (Reuters) – Britain have to be free to guard its main place within the companies sector, together with finance, after it leaves the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May mentioned on Monday.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson stop on Monday over May’s plan for Brexit, which features a free-trade space for items however little element on the method to companies.
“We believe it is important to maintain more flexibility in how we’re dealing with services,” May informed parliament.
“On services, we want to be free to ensure that we are able to put in place what we believe is necessary to maintain our key position in services, not least on the financial services.”
May informed parliament in a heated session that her plan was “not a betrayal” of the referendum vote.
Reporting by Guy Faulconbridge; writing by Alistair Smout; modifying by Kate Holton