French President Emmanuel Macron has suggested the UK could get a special trade deal with the EU after Brexit.
But he warned that Britain would not have full access to the single market without accepting its rules.
Speaking to Andrew Marr, he warned - as Brussels has already done - that the UK could not "cherry-pick" the elements it liked.
He seems to be saying something one moment, then back to the usual line the next. I'll await with interest the full interview on Marr's programme on Sunday.
I think the hope that the countries of the EU might divide over the trade deal are wishful thinking. They are going to stick to their Three Musketeers motto "All for one and one for all."