Why a ‘Hard Brexit’ Looms for BritainBy
Negotiating positions harden 100 days since referendum shock
Majority of other 27 EU states reject U.K. ‘cherry picking’
European Union governments are refusing to grant the U.K. any leeway on the link between immigration and trade as it prepares to leave the bloc, raising the likelihood of a “hard Brexit.”
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