May hosts French PM with pledge not to 'cherry-pick' in Brexit talks

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British Prime Minister Theresa May met with her French counterpart, Bernard Cazeneuve, in London on Friday, pledging that Britain will not seek to 'cherry-pick' in negotiations over leaving the European Union, and reiterated her her aim to guarantee rights of EU nationals already in the UK and said she hoped France will do the same for Britons living there.

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Theresa May is attempting to woo the French government with a pledge that Britain will not seek to "cherry-pick" parts of EU membership after Brexit, reports Sky News.