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Tusk Warns UK There Can Be No Single Market 'A La Carte’


President of the European Council Donald Tusk declared that the UK will not be allowed to access the EU single market without accepting the freedom of movement of citizens, during a press conference in Brussels on Wednesday. "There will be no single market a la carte," he stressed. The announcement comes after all the EU leaders met for the first time since the British referendum result last Friday.

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