Mr Portillo added: “We are faced with a quandary where a people were asked to vote, firstly, do we foster Brexit or not? Yes, we’re in foster of Brexit. Secondly, do we foster ‘hard’ Brexit? No, we don’t foster ‘hard’ Brexit. That’s utterly a formidable place to be.”
Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced negotiating teams are open to ideas from brussels and will try to furnish a resolution that works for a UK and EU when talks begin.
He pronounced a British Government will prioritise a economy and jobs in a Brexit talks commencement subsequent week.