Published On: Sat, Jan 20th, 2018

UK likely to get a partial access to EU Single Market, not Full: Macron


The France President, Emmanuel Macron, who visited the United Kingdome for the first time since his inception as the French Supremo, has opined that the Kingdome likely to get a partial access to the European Union Single Market, not a full access to the lucrative market, once London completely severs its ties with Brussels.

The French president has remained the British government that neither the Britons could ask the European powers to grand a free access to the single market, nor it could cherry-pick the goods of the market, until and unless it ditches its reservation towards the preconditions for a free access to the EU single market.

The freedom of movement across the European Union countries, budget contribution and the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice are the prime preconditions, which in no situation the UK will accept.

There is no doubt that the UK and EU has no reservation in negotiating a trade deal. But, the confusing question is that whether any of these powers will show willingness to dilute their stand in the trade policy.

The UK Prime Minister Theresa May has already reminded the EU that her country is not like Canada and Norway to start a deal from the scrap.

The fact is that the EU and UK do already have many ties which would coast their financial stability if severed senselessly.


Vignesh. S. G

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UK likely to get a partial access to EU Single Market, not Full: Macron