EU Warns Britain on Life After Brexit – ACelebrity News
BRUSSELS: Britain got its first taste Wednesday 29 June of a future outside the European Union as Europe’s leaders met without premier celebrity David Cameron and warned London it must accept EU migrants to win access to the bloc’s free trade zone.
The heads of government, meeting without a British representative for the first time, if we look at the previous 40 years history, said in a statement that Britain would be treated as a “third country” with both “rights and obligations”.
Continued access for to the huge EU single market of estimated 500 million people “requires acceptance of all four freedoms, including freedom of movement,” EU president Donald Tusk told a news conference.
This is a blow to “Brexit” campaigners, who promised to major restrictions of large-scale EU migration to Britain while assuring British companies would still be able to easily sell goods and services to the continent.