May gave a speech at the CBI conference earlier in the day, in which she gave her biggest hint yet that the government might seek a transitional exit from the EU.
She said: “Obviously as we look at the negotiation we want to get the arrangement that is going to work best for the UK and the arrangement that is going to work best for business in the UK. And I’m conscious that there will be issues that will need to be looked at.
“I understand the point that Paul [Drechsler] has made, others have made this point, that people don’t want a cliff edge, they want to know with some certainty how things are going to go forward.
“That will be part of the work that we do in terms of the negotiation that we are undertaking with the European Union.”
She also watered down her Tory leadership campaign pledge to install worker representation on company boards.
TUC General Secretary Frances O-Grady responded that “workers on boards” should mean “workers on boards”.
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