British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak on Monday denied that his government was seeking to row back on the UK’s EU withdrawal deal, despite an apparent growing backlash against Brexit. Sunak told business leaders that life outside the European Union was “already delivering enormous benefits and opportunities”.
He touted greater curbs on immigration and closer trade ties with Asia. But he added: “Let me be unequivocal about this: under my leadership, the UK will not pursue any relationship with Europe
that relies on alignment
with EU laws.”