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British Prime Minister Theresa May, trying on Friday to reassure business and reset the tone of stalled exit negotiations with the European Union, set out a plan to retain full access to the EU’s single market for two years after Brexit.

But her proposals for such a transition, for meeting Britain’s financial obligations and for protecting EU citizens’ rights fell short of what the EU wanted.

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