Prime Minister Theresa May told her cabinet on Tuesday Britain’s objective in leaving the EU should be a deal that enables it to set rules suited to its situation, her spokesman said after a cabinet meeting to establish long-term goals for exit talks.Having secured a deal to move European Union departure negotiations to the next stage last week, Tuesday’s discussion marked the start of May’s next battle over Brexit: what kind of long-term relationship will Britain have with the bloc?In making that decision, May must manage deep divisions at home, including among senior ministers, over whether to align Britain’s economic future with the EU, or diverge from the bloc and seek a more global role.
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