Brexit to bring less market access

Prime Minister Theresa May says Britain and the European Union will have less access to each other’s markets than they do now after Brexit.
She said Friday that it’s inevitable because the U.K. is leaving the bloc’s single market and customs union.
May is making a speech outlining her vision of future economic ties with the EU.
She says Britain wants a close relationship after Brexit, but not one modeled on existing trade deals with Norway or Canada.
May says Brexit talks are approaching a crucial moment and “there is no escaping the complexity of the task ahead of us.”