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Business Live: Wall Street markets fall - BBC News: The Prime Minister has defended comments Boris Johnson made this week, likening the French President to a Nazi prison guard by seeking to "punish" Britain as it left the EU.

Mrs May told the BBC that she agreed with the Foreign Secretary's underlying point. The ideal was a deal that worked for both Britain and the rest of Europe.

"What we want to see is enterprise as the engine of growth - we want to see a trading arrangement that brings jobs to the UK but which is also good for the EU."

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