U.K. Warned About 'Cherry-Picking' EU Freedoms

Britain’s future relationship with the European Union requires a custom-made solution, though the U.K. won’t be able to cherry-pick the economic advantages, German Deputy Foreign Minister Michael Roth said. Roth, the government minister responsible for European affairs, said in a phone interview with Bloomberg that there’s no template for dealing with the U.K. after voters opted to leave the EU. What’s clear is that Britain can’t expect access to the bloc’s common market unless it allows the free movement of workers that applies throughout the EU, he said. Bloomberg's Tony Czuczka and Simon Kennedy report and HSBC Global Chief Economist Janet Henry discusses with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "The Pulse."

Trump Says He's Going to Puerto Rico Next Tuesday
02:46 - President Donald Trump announced that he will survey damage done to Puerto Rico from Hurricane Maria next Tuesday. Trump spoke to reporters Tuesday morning at the White House. (Source: Bloomberg)
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