Following its vote to leave the EU, EU Council president Donald Tusk has warned Britain that there will be no single market a la carte and that access to the single market requires acceptance of all four EU freedoms i.e. freedom of movement, capital, good and services. Commission president, Jean-Claude Juncker, was also keen to make it 'crystal clear' that, while the EU hoped to have the UK as a close partner in the future, access to the EU's internal market meant implementing the four freedoms "without exception and without nuances." Despite calls from the European Commission for the negotiating process to start as soon as possible, it seems unlikely that Article 50 will be formally triggered until a new Conservative leader is elected.