On D-Day for Theresa May’s ‘White Paper’ plan for Brexit the new man in charge Dominic Raab admits any of PM’s ‘red lines’ could be traded away in Brussels

ON D-DAY for Theresa May’s “white paper” Brexit plan the new man in charge of exiting the EU has admitted any of the Prime Minister’s so-called “red lines” could be negotiated away in Brussels.

In comments that will further anger Brexiteers unhappy with the Chequers plan, the Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab insisted free movement would end -but refused to rule out preferential treatment for EU citizens in the future.

d253205dc8994a4156ca9a44e5a1a415 On D-Day for Theresa May’s ‘White Paper’ plan for Brexit the new man in charge Dominic Raab admits any of PM’s ‘red lines’ could be traded away in Brussels

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