May says Nor­way to EU deal

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THERESA May has again re­jected a Nor­way-style deal with the EU after Brexit.

The move comes after some Tories sug­gested a tem­po­rary “Nor­way for now” op­tion to soften EU with­drawal.

Nor­way is a mem­ber of the Euro­pean Eco­nomic Area and has full ac­cess to the sin­gle mar­ket in ex­change for mak­ing fi­nan­cial con­tri­bu­tions and ac­cept­ing free move­ment of peo­ple.

Speak­ing dur­ing a visit to Oslo, Mrs May said fol­low­ing Nor­way’s ex­am­ple would not bring the out­come peo­ple voted for in the EU ref­er­en­dum.

She said: “The ex­ist­ing re­la­tion­ship that Nor­way has with the EU is one that has el­e­ments that don’t, wouldn’t, de­liver on that vote of the Bri­tish peo­ple.”

Nor­we­gian Prime Min­is­ter Erna Sol­berg said some EEA mem­bers would find a tem­po­rary UK mem­ber­ship of the bloc “a lit­tle bit dif­fi­cult”.

Mrs May said that she wanted a “good” agree­ment with the EU that took in eco­nomic ac­tiv­ity and se­cu­rity. ITHYPHALLOPHOBIA is the fear of see­ing, think­ing about or hav­ing an erec­tion FANNY’S NOT FUNNY... Naked im­age out­raged fans RE­AL­ITY TV star Kim Kar­dashian came un­der fire from FU­RI­OUS fans after she shared a photo of a BALD FANNY on so­cial me­dia.

The 38-year-old has form for strip­ping off and flaunt­ing her eye-pop­ping curves, but the snap she up­loaded on Sun­day even­ing left so­cial me­dia users out­raged.

One wrote ‘what is wrong with you? who wants to see a bald vagina’.

While an­other penned ‘how em­bar­rass­ing for her chil­dren, I’m un­fol­low­ing’.

Busty mother-of-three Kim re­leased the naked im­age on her Twit­ter ac­count to pro­mote her ex­clu­sive new beauty and fra­grances brands. How­ever, plenty of fans weren’t con­vinced the photo was of Kim, with one slam­ming the stunna by say­ing: “That body is way too nat­u­ral to be Kim.” An­other com­ment read: “Ei­ther this is a man who tucked or her coochie has no open­ing. Ei­ther way, it’s gross and in­ap­pro­pri­ate. Any­thing for at­ten­tion is get­ting old.”

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