Leaders of the European Union seem united in their disinclination to make concessions that would enable the post-Brexit United Kingdom to have many of the benefits of E.U. membership without having to accede to such requirements as free movement in and out of Britain of people with E.U. passports.
And after Brexit won in Britain’s June 23 referendum, the leaders are trying to discourage more disruptive votes in nations such as France and Spain with large numbers of voters who don’t want their nations to stay in the E.U.
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