May said she wants the the greatest possible access to [the single market] through a new, comprehensive, bold and ambitious Free Trade Agreement. The key word is possible, because the greatest access would be membershipi.e. what the UK already has. What the new customs agreement will look like. May said she still wants tariff-free trade with Europe and cross-border trade there to be as frictionless as possible. This could mean a completely new customs agreement or becoming an associate member of the Customs Union. There are bits of the agreement she likes but the EU probably wont like the idea of May having her cake and eating it too. What will happen to the financial city. Part of the reason London is an international financial center is because it acts as a gateway into Europe. Brexit threatens the fluid flow of capital from the city to the continent, and there was no word from May specifically addressing this. What the other 27 members of the EU want. At the end of the day the UK is up against 27 other countries, each of which will all have their own goals in these negotiations. May has said that no deal was better than a bad deal with the EU, but ultimately the EU countries are probably holding more of the cards.
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