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Liam Fox just dropped another big hint that Britain is heading for a 'hard Brexit'

Liam Fox, the International Trade Secretary, just dropped another big hint that Britain is heading for a "hard Brexit." The term hard Brexit is used to describe a deal whereby Britain would pull out of the European single market, which in turn would allow the government to end the free movement of people. Powerful EU officials like Jean Claude-Juncker and Guy Verhofstadt have said Britain will not be allowed to retain single market access if it wants to stop the free movement of people.
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