Tony Blair: EU may 'compromise' over free movement of people

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This "will allow us to leave the european Union with the maximum of certainty, continuity and control", stressed the minister in charge of the Brexit, David Davis.

Their call for a smooth transition comes a week after Britain's health minister Jeremy Hunt set out the United Kingdom government's plans for post-Brexit pharmaceutical regulation, signaling a desire for continued cooperation between the European Union and the United Kingdom on drug regulations and medicines marketing approvals.

"If the European Union genuinely want to resolve the question of residence rights of European Union nationals, they need to separate out the two issues to enable a negotiation in good faith which can give certainty to the hundreds of thousands of children and their families left in limbo".

In response to this, Frances O'Grady, general secretary of the TUC, described the bill as a "Downing Street power grab that puts workers' rights at risk".

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Conservative MPs with the support of the Democratic Unionists, a small Northern Irish party that has agreed to back May on some issues, provide the prime minister with a working majority of only 13.

On June 23 a year ago, Britons voted by the narrow majority of 52% to 48% to leave the European Union, ending four decades of membership of the continental fold.

Mr Corbyn was accompanied on his visit by shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer and shadow home secretary Diane Abbott.

Corbyn rejected this. "I think our economy will do very well under a Labour-led government because it will be an investment-led economy that works for all", he told BBC News. "If you found the Article 50 bill hard, you should be under no illusion, this will be hell", said Tim Farron, the outgoing Liberal Democrat leader.

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Formal Brexit negotiations with the EU began last month and the two sides have already clashed over the future rights of European citizens living in Britain.

But a spokeswoman for Theresa May stressed the size of the bill was still being debated, adding: 'Our position is we will need to discuss a fair settlement'.

In its environmental briefing document, the government stated: "We remain committed to safeguarding and protecting the UK's long history of environmental protection". It adds: "To maximise certainty and continuity, retained European Union law will continue to be interpreted in accordance with the pre-exit case law of the Court of Justice".

In his piece he insists that such a compromise should be up for negotiation.

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"Rational consideration of the options would sensibly include the option of negotiating for Britain to stay within a Europe itself prepared to reform and meet us halfway", Blair, who was prime minister from 1997 to 2007, wrote.

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