In her third major speech addressing the UK's decision to leave the EU, Prime Minister Theresa May warned both her own hard-line Brexiteers and the European Commission that "you can't always get what you want".
She dismissed the idea of using existing models for economic partnership. "We will not accept the rights of Canada and the obligations of Norway," Mrs May insisted.
She also diluted one of her previous red line issues by admitting that "the decisions of the ECJ will continue to affect us" even after the UK has escaped the jurisdiction of the EU's Court of Justice.
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