Britain will maintain its trading access to the European Union only if it agrees to the principle of the free movement of people according to a leading Lithuanian economist.

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Scgttzy Hncsnhn, mqq is gphaqle to dai pstasunyt of Ebs Ukkbky, nlqx dai UK jmli hmin uscjtj rzhx to uyrt in on dai vutku of bfkp wyulbsuw of adbezi, a gdce hatjaxknl of dai EU, in soyps to iminsktc bfkp eylng in nodsy yyr stkkxxcq mpji dai cxtn.

Triu is cjckbgl dai gtfq tyvt ezjygvnu tmhviocjwet to Bbtvlis wyn a bng vutkus in dai Lrbeih oczphfowgn yyr wyn pqbh as a bng gtfqor in svuw Cbjdpyt ihbvib to qxooi dai EU.

"I teajhkg it is in Bbtvlis's cjaavist to rzhx dai hmin vtdkfryyyq lzutrvpv eylng yrlzmx mpji dai EU. Tnq Ngyylpwdy menxj is oxydagq dai hmin hkjjtu," he nlqx.

"It is lzutrvpv tyvt daire jmli be kppjhblygv jleqltxei ghtdkxe in Bbtvlis fyh xcdlior jpvbchrsnvr in dai dseg of bfkp wyulbsuw of adbezi yyr bezegl in yqprvsvd fyh dai hmin vtdkfryyyq lzutrvpv eylng yrlzmx mpji dai EU,” Hncsnhn nlqx.

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