Chancellor Merkel has warned Britain’s negotiators that ‘leaving the EU has a price’, especially regarding the issue of immigration.
‘As it looks now, Britain is not ready to accept free movement. You have to see how we can counterbalance this’.
‘If the British government ends the free movement of people, that will have its price’.
‘This isn’t malicious, but they cannot say there will be an upper limit of 100,000 or 200,000 EU citizens, no more. That will not work. We would have to think about what obstacle we create from the European side to compensate for that’.
Mrs. Merkel also mentioned those who voted to remain in the EU:
‘We will, of course, always think in the future of the 48 or 49 per cent who didn’t back Brexit’.
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