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>> Do we have a plan for Brexit?>> Post-Brexit Britain could pay into the EU budget to keep access to the single market according to media reports. Prime Minister Theresa May's recent rhetoric has worried some investors. Her words suggesting control of immigration has been prioritized over staying in the EU single market.
But the Financial Times says the PM hasn't ruled out future payments to the block to secure privileged access.>> This government will fight for the best possible deal.>> Meanwhile reports also suggest Britain's chancellor is trying under mind Brexit. Philip Hammon frustrating Euro sceptic ministers by trying to delay measures to curb immigration.
Colleagues accusing him of arguing like an accountant and of pointing out all the risks in every plan put forward rather then pushing ahead with Brexit.>>
>> Last week, the home secretary proposed a visa system once Britain leaves the blog. All EU workers would have to prove they've been offered a skilled job before being allowed in, a move which also hints at a hard Brexit.
], the chancellor who voted remain, reportedly urging caution. Patience with Hammond's views on Brexit seem to be running out. One newspaper saying he's being excluded from key meetings. And there are even whisperings that the conflict means he might resign. Rumors swiftly dismissed by the Treasury.