UK Might Pay For EU Market Access, Brexit Minister Says

Law360, London (December 1, 2016, 2:35 PM GMT) -- Britain may be prepared to pay the European Union for British banks and businesses to retain unrestricted access to the EU single market after leaving the bloc, Brexit Minister David Davis told Parliament on Thursday.

Brexit Minister David Davis, seen here in a February 2016 file photo, told the House of Commons Thursday that he wouldn't rule out paying for access to the EU's single market. (Credit: AP) Davis wouldn’t rule out the possibility when responding to questions posed by Labour lawmaker Wayne David on whether...
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