Free-trade area

A deal similar to Theresa May's Brexit plan could cost Britain £100bn-a-year.
We’re not talking about abstract regulations here, we're talking paid holidays, time off for working mums and dads, equal pay for women
Allowing any member state to deviate from certain rules would be the complete unravelling of the European project
And experts warn it could be as much as £800.
Our analysis suggests it is simply a fantasy to believe that Britain stands to make significant gains from negotiating a Free Trade Agreement with the US