Britain's Work and Pensions Secretary, Stephen Crabb, speaks at a news conference in London, Britain June 29, 2016. REUTERS/Paul Hackett
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Britain must secure control over immigration in divorce negotiations with the European Union, Stephen Crabb, the first candidate to put himself forward to succeed David Cameron as British prime minister, said on Wednesday.Work and pensions minister Crabb, who supported Britain staying in the EU at last week's vote, ruled out holding another referendum and said his Conservative Party and the country must now unite in focusing on negotiating the best Brexit deal.Crabb, a lawmaker since 2005, said it was vital Britain sought as close an economic relationship with the EU as it had now but it was also clear immigration curbs would be needed.A poll by grassroots Conservative website Conservative Home published on Wednesday put May narrowly ahead of Johnson on 29 and 28 percent respectively, with Crabb on 9 percent.
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