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UK PM wants 'maximum freedom' on single market after Brexit

British Prime Minister Theresa May said Wednesday she wanted a Brexit deal which offered "maximum freedom" to operate in Europe's single market but also emphasised she wanted control over immigration. The demands are contradictory for European leaders, who have emphasised that access to the single market is dependent on allowing free movement of workers. "I want to give British companies the maximum freedom to trade with and operate within the single market and let European businesses do the same thing here," May told the Conservative party conference.
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