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Brexit sets Britain on fire again

“Britain will not seek any relationship with Europe based on alignment with EU laws,” British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said on Monday in a speech to the CBI, the country’s main employers’ organisation. OLI SCARFF/AFP

DESCRIPTION – The new British Prime Minister is suspected of softening the break with the EU and angering supporters of a no-concessions divorce.

From our correspondent in London

It was a case heard without, however, that nothing is regulated. Brexit has had a surprisingly low presence in the public debate for a few months. The subject has just resurfaced in London’s political life, as the new Prime Minister is suspected of wanting to soften the break with the EU. And is under fire from the hard-line Brexiteers, who are igniting around a possible betrayal.

Rishi Sunak had to deny and profess his faith in Brexit on Monday during a speech to the CBI, the country’s main employers’ organisation. “Let me be unequivocal on this subject. The UK will not seek any relationship with Europe based on alignment with EU law.”he said, after remembering that he had voted for Brexit in 2016. The day before, an article appeared in Sunday Times had set fire to the gunpowder. He claimed that members of the government planned it “putting Britain on the road to a similar relationship …

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