Theresa May’s Brexit plan revealed: Cabinet told UK will have ‘immediate’ break from EU

The plans, to be discussed at a Cabinet meeting this afternoon, suggest Britain will diverge from a series of key EU rules and regulations but keep the power to go back in at a later stage, according to senior British officials.

Three areas where the Government wants to diverge after Brexit to be agricultural subsidies, financial services regulation and trade policy, an official told Politico.

Another official added free movement and recouping EU money for public services were also at the top of the agenda.

While the proposal reportedly has support within the Cabinet it is likely to spark concerns within the Tory ‘soft Brexit’ camp that it could lead to a hard Brexit, and potentially be damaging to the economy.

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