BIRMINGHAM, England Controlling immigration does not indispensably meant Britain will remove entrance to a European Union’s singular marketplace following a exit from a bloc, financial apportion Philip Hammond pronounced on Monday.
Prime Minister Theresa May has pronounced a Jun 23 opinion to leave a EU was a summary from British electorate that they wanted curbs on immigration, though EU politicians have pronounced that will meant Britain can't keep singular marketplace access.
“You put it to me that we know that if we control a borders, we will not be means to get entrance to a European Union market, we pronounced we don’t know that during all,” Hammond pronounced during an talk with ITV television.
“Everything is on a table, all is adult for discussion. We know what some people in Europe are saying, though they too are scheming a negotiating position for what will be a prolonged and tough negotiation,” Hammond said.
He also pronounced nobody wanted to see British tourists carrying to get visas to transport to Europe.
(Reporting by William James and Kylie MacLellan; modifying by William Schomberg)