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BIRMINGHAM, England Oct 4 The British
government will only negotiate one deal for when it leaves the
European Union, the country's Brexit minister, David Davis, said
on Tuesday, adding that there would be no separate deal for
"We will assess every single concern people raise - just
talking economics for a second - and try to find the simplest
and most secure answer to it," Davis told an event at the ruling
Conservative Party's annual conference in Birmingham.
"Now, that of course will be different for financial
services than it will be for a motor car manufacturer or it will
be for whoever, but it won't be a separate deal, there are no
separate deals," he said when asked whether London could
negotiate different terms with the EU.
"This is about trying to get the best for the entire
country," he said. "We're not going to float London off."
Davis said he expected the other 27 EU member states to be
pragmatic over the Brexit talks. When asked whether the
negotiation would be one where 'nothing is agreed until
everything is agreed', he said he thought it would be.
(Reporting by William James, writing by Elizabeth Piper,
editing by Kylie MacLellan)