This file photo taken on March 25, 2017 shows demonstrators hold EU flags as they enter Parliament Square and pass the Houses of Parliament during an anti-Brexit, pro-European Union (EU) march in central London. AFP / Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS
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Britain will try to keep as many aspects of its EU membership in place as possible during a transition period of up to three years after Brexit, finance minister Philip Hammond said on Friday.Hammond, who campaigned for Britain to stay in the EU in last year's referendum but now supports withdrawal, is seen as an advocate of a more moderate "soft Brexit" in contrast to more hardline ministers.One of the thornier issues yet to be negotiated is the right of EU citizens to travel and settle in Britain.
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