Theresa May and Matteo Renzi on UK-EU trade relations
UK Prime Minister Theresa May and her Italian counterpart Matteo Renzi have been asked about the prospects for the UK's trade relations with the European Union after Brexit.
Mrs May said she wanted the "best possible deal" for goods and services, as well as limits on the free movement of EU nationals into the UK, but was "open-minded" about what kind of deal this would involve.
The two were talking at a press conference in Rome after holding talks, the latest in a series of foreign visits made by Mrs May since taking power.
27 Jul 2016
- From the section UK Politics