BREXIT FEAR: Dutch PM pleads for UK to stay in single market as he admits EU faces CHAOS

DUTCH Prime Minister Mark Rutte admitted he is clinging to the hope Britain would stay in the European Union’s single market after the nation officially breaks away from the bloc in May 2019. The Conservative was speaking on the eve of crucial local elections in the Netherlands which could see his fragile grip on power finally fade. And Mr Rutte Mr Rutte said in an interview with the French daily Le Monde: “The most important thing [to worry about post Brexit] is the need to maintain the unity of the remaining 27 [EU member states]. “That said, we would all suffer from a chaotic Brexit. “I hope that the British stay in the single market [after the divorce] and that Europe manages to forge the world’s largest alliance with Britain. “This alliance, however, must be in strict

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