French presidential candidate Macron promises 'tough' deal on Brexit


Maverick centrist Emmanuel Macron, the former French economy minister who is currently tipped by opinion polls to reach the two-horse final round of presidential elections in May, has warned Britain that 'you don’t get a passport and you don’t get access to the single market when you decide to leave' the European Union.

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Where Donald Trump wanted to hold Theresa May’s hand, one of the front runners in France’s presidential election race, Emmanuel Macron, tells Channel 4 News that “I will be pretty tough on the British Government”, in his first British television interview since he came to the fore in the campaign (see the video interview here).