الاثنين، 9 يناير 2017
Theresa May: Brexit can "change Britain for the better"
Media captionCentre-ground politicians "must show they can respond to people"s concerns" Theresa May has criticised those who believe a so-called “hard Brexit” is inevitable after the UK leaves the EU.
The prime minister said she wanted the UK to “operate within” the single market as part of a new relationship.
Speaking in London, she vowed to build a “shared society” in which wealth and opportunity were not the preserve of an elite, and injustices were tackled.
She said that Brexit provided an “opportunity to fundamentally change Britain for the better”.
Outlining her social reform agenda in her most significant policy speech for three months, Mrs May announced steps to improve mental health provision in the UK and transform attitudes to people suffering from mental health conditions.
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