Pro-Brexit demonstrators call on the British government to invoke Article 50 immediately, urging them not to hold a second referendum.
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Britain is pressing for a "unique" deal with the European Union to restore sovereignty, reduce immigration and boost trade with the bloc after their split, the minister charged with negotiating Brexit said Monday. Britain's new government, under Prime Minister Theresa May, has so far given little detail of what the country wants when it leaves the EU, saying it was focusing on preparing its negotiating stance for when it triggers the divorce procedure.He said it was taking time to come up with a negotiating position, saying the government was talking to businesses, big and small, to assess the risks to all sectors, especially in terms of passporting, which allows financial services firms in London to do business in Europe.But he added that there would be no delay in quitting the EU, which will be started when Britain triggers Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty.
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