Theresa May Statement on EU Deal

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Theresa May says in a statement:

“EU free movement rules have been abused for too long and EU law has stopped us deporting dangerous foreign criminals.

“That is plainly wrong and it is encouraging that the Commission has agreed with the UK that we should take action to address these two issues.

“So we have made progress and negotiations continue ahead of the February Council. As the Prime Minister has said, more work needs to be done, but this is a basis for a deal.”

Hinting at support for Remain, but not a commitment. Will she or won’t she?


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