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I don't accept the terms hard and soft Brexit. What we're doing is going to get an ambitious, good, the best possible deal for the United Kingdom in terms, as I say, of trading with and operation within the single European market. But it will be a new relationship because we won't be members of the EU any longer.
We will be outside the European Union, and therefore we will be negotiating a new relationship. I'm ambitious for the sort of arrangement, the relationship, that we can have with the EU, when we leave membership of the EU. But we mustn't think of this as sort of leaving the EU, and trying to keep bits of membership, what bits of membership will we keep.
It's a new relationship. We'll be outside the EU, we will have a new relationship. But I believe that can be a relationship which has a good trading deal at its heart.