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Factbox - British PM May whittles down Brexit trade optionsBritish Prime Minister Theresa May will set out in more detail on Tuesday her priorities for Brexit negotiations, saying Britain will seek a new partnership rather than adopting any of the existing models used by other countries. May will say Britain will not seek a Brexit deal that leaves it "half in, half out" of the European Union in a speech at 1145 GMT that indicates she is prepared to leave the bloc's single market and seek a bespoke British deal. Below are some of the options that May appears to have left open for Britain to pursue as it prepares to leave the EU, which accounts for almost half of British goods exports in value terms, as well as those that she appears to have ruled out: OPTIONS MAY HAS LEFT OPEN: FREE TRADE AGREEMENT (FTA) It is likely Britain will seek a free trade deal with the EU.