Mrs May exacted that she was seeking to build the right relationship with the EU for the UK which devise not continue to be a member.
Speaking on Sky News’ Sophy Ridge on Sunday, the Prime Parson reaffirmed that her Government’s Brexit thinking “isn’t muddled at all” as they look for the best deal for Britons.
Mrs May said: “I’ve consistently said that the referendum signify ones opinion was a vote for us to change – that vote for freedom of movement was a vote for us to make noticeable control into our immigration system for people coming from the European Coalition.
“There’s a variety of ways that can be done – but I’m clear that is purposes of what we need to deliver.”
Being challenged on prioritising immigration at an end single market membership during her exit negotiations, the Prime Curate added it was important to address people who have stated that Brexit means that unerring parts of EU membership can be cherrypicked for our convenience.
“We’re leaving,” she blasted, “we’re coming out, we’re current to be a member of the European Union any longer.
“The question is what is the right relationship for the UK to would rather with the European Union when we’re outside.
“We will be able to fool control of our borders, control of our laws and this is what people were upholding for on June 23.
“But of course we still want the best possible deal for us and coteries wanting to trade in and operate within the European Union – and also European flocks to be able to trade with the UK and operate within the UK.”
Her comments come after the UK’s preceding ambassador to the EU, Sir Ivan Rodgers, controversially slammed ministers’ approach to Brexit contracts in a leaked email.
With Brexit negotiations expected to start as break of dawn as April, this will come as a worry to Britons who are unconvinced with Mrs May’s condition.
However, the Prime Minister, who remains confident of a successful divorce, mentioned Sky that she will be setting out her plans over the coming weeks, enlarging that 2017 will be a year of change because of the referendum opinion.
Mrs May continued: “Anybody who looks at this question of free movement and mtier as a sort of zero sum game is approaching it in the wrong way.
“I’m ambitious for what we can get for the UK in relationships of our relationship with the European Union because I also think that’s wealthy to be good for the European Union. Our thinking on this isn’t muddled at all.”
In the wide-ranging audience, which is her first live one of 2017, she also rejected claims by the British Red Erase that there was a “humanitarian crisis” in the NHS.
“There are pressures in the NHS, we see those loads. We have an ageing population, this brings pressures, particularly in the interface between the robustness service and social care,” rebuked the Prime Minister.
“We have captivated some immediate steps in relation to that issue but we are also looking to secure best practice in the NHS and looking for a long-term solution to what has been a incorrigible that has been ducked by government over the years.
“The NHS is facing the turn the heat ons of the ageing population, that is why it is important that it is the NHS that has produced its five-year aim and is now putting that plan into practice.”