British Prime Minister Theresa May said that the country’s exit from the European Union means deciding the “right relationship” with Europe once the process has finished, not choosing “Bits of Membership” to keep.

In her first interview of the year, May ignored growing calls from Business Leaders, Lawmakers and opposition leaders for more detail on her strategy to leave the European Union, offering little beyond a pledge to get the best possible deal.

May said she was aiming for “an ambitious deal”, shrugging off a suggestion by Britain’s Former Ambassador to the EU, Ivan Rogers, that her government was “muddled” in its approach to some of the most complicated negotiations the country has held since world war two.

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