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VERBATIM: May says 'Brexit means Brexit'

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Brexit means Brexit. And we're going to make a success of it. There will be no attempts to remain inside the EU.>>
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>> The only surprise is that there's so much surprise in Westminster about the public's appetite for change. And make no mistake, the referendum was a vote to leave the European Union, but it was also a vote for serious change.
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We need to reform the economy to allow more people to share in the country's prosperity. We need to put people back in control of their lives. We need to give more people more opportunity and we need to get tough on irresponsible behavior in big business. I will start with economic reform.
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Because for a government that has overseen a lot of public service reform in the last six years, it's striking that by comparison there's not been nearly as much deep economic reform.