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What we want to achieve is a close and harmonious relationship with our European neighbors in the future. And that means having a suite of agreements with them covering trade and investments. Security, cooperation, education, science and technology, and all the other things that we do together now. But, of course, that isn't entirely in our
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]. Now, once we serve the notice at the end of March, we will get into a detailed discussion with our European partners.
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That depends on the deal we can do with our European partners. And it depends on people being pragmatic and sensible. And wanting to do a deal that allows Britain to remain part of that
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And I hope, although we won't get instantly to a solution. I hope we will start to be able to see the shape of an emerging consensus. About what a future relationship can look like that will work for the UK. And will work for our European neighbors, as well.
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And I hope that later on this year businesses, including financial services business. Will start to see emerging, if you like, from the fog of Brexit.>> Uh-huh.>> A clearer vision of what the future is gonna be like.
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