THERESA May has said that she won't support the Internal Market Bill - and claims the government is acting "recklessly".
In a speech in the House of Commons last night, the former PM warned the Bill could damage the UK's reputation internationally as debate continues in Parliament over the controversial legislation.
It comes as experts say that Britain could enjoy a major boom after Brexit as EU businesses swarm to the UK looking for a "bright future".
The Bruges Group director Robert Oulds declared post-Brexit Britain a remarkably appealing place for foreign investors - especially as the EU struggles with numerous problems.
Mr Oulds said: "What we will also see is more companies fleeing the EU for the UK."
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