She confirmed that Britain is determined to regain control of migration from the European Union and rejected the supremacy of the European Court of Justice. That stance is anathema to the European Union, which has made the free movement of people — as well as goods, capital and services — one of its bedrock principles and which relies on the court to arbitrate.Follow this link and make sure to watch the video. What does May emphasize? No more MASSIVE payments to the EU, they will take control of immigration and they want skilled labor---not massive numbers of unskilled, and that they will not accept the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice.
“Let me be clear,” Mrs. May said, acknowledging the differences. “What I am proposing cannot mean remaining in the single market.”
She said that she hoped to complete a final deal with the European Union by March 2019 and that it would be voted on by both houses of Parliament. She was not clear about what would happen if Parliament rejected the deal, though some speculated that a rejection would result in the sort of chaotic, “cliff edge” breakup that she and Britain’s bankers and business leaders hoped to avoid.
Brexit is real.