Theresa May was clear on Wednesday that the U.K will not hold a second referendum on EU membership. She added that Britain would not seek a “back door” membership either but would be seeking a “new role” in the world.
These were some of the conclusions of a cabinet meeting that took place in her residence, two months following the vote to leave the EU.
For Brussels, the most important message stemming from this meeting is that London has no intention Brexit negotiations will not begin in 2...
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