UK prime minister, Theresa May, is reportedly planning to use a major speech in Europe this month to lay out her proposals for a “no cliff-edge” Brexit transition deal. MPs have argued this week that any interim agreement must be “as close as possible” to current relations with the EU.
A few days after this speech, the Prime Minister will deliver a memo at the Conservative party conference, promising Eurosceptics that her end goal is still to deliver a “clean” Brexit.
About 35 Eurosceptic Conservative MPs signed a letter this week warning the prime minister against a transition deal that would keep Britain in the EU “by stealth”.
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