Accept Freedom of Movement for Single Market - Hollande

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Accept Freedom of Movement for Single Market - Hollande


Byline: Press Association Reporters newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk

Francois Hollande has warned that Britain will not remain in the Single Market unless it accepts freedom of movement following talks with Theresa May in Paris. The French president said the thorny issue of EU migration will be the "most crucial point" of the UK's negotiations to leave the bloc, but indicated he will not agree to major concessions.

After talks at the Elysee Palace, the Prime Minister insisted the Government will deliver on voters' demands for "some controls" on movement between countries.

Discussions continued over a dinner of lobster, veal and vanilla mousse.

Mr Hollande urged Britain not to delay triggering the Article 50 process of negotiations to pull the country out of the bloc, insisting "the sooner, the better".

Asked about Britain's future in the Single Market, Mr Hollande said: "It's the most crucial point. That's the point that will be the subject of the negotiation.

"The UK today has access to the Single Market because it respects the four freedoms.

"If it wishes to remain within the Single Market it's its decision to know how far and how it will have to abide by the four freedoms.

"None can be separated from the other. There cannot be freedom of movement of goods, free movement of capital, free movement of services if there isn't a free movement of people.

"With David Cameron prior to the referendum there had been a number of limited opt outs that in no way hindered freedom of movement of people.

"It will be a choice facing the UK - remain in the Single Market and then assume the free movement that goes with it or to have another status. That will be the subject of the negotiation."

Mrs May said the referendum result had been a "very clear message that we should introduce some controls to the movement of individuals from the countries of the European Union into the UK". …

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