UK Secretary for Northern Ireland James Brokenshire said on Monday that the country was unlikely to retain access to the Single Market.
"We joined the Common Market in 1973 as one United Kingdom and we will leave the European Union in 2019 as one United Kingdom," Brokenshire said.
He added that the UK was seeking a “bespoke” agreement for Northern Ireland that would avoid a hard border. And in this vein, Brokenshire called for “imaginative thinking” on the part of the Irish government and EU n...


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