The European Commission chief says EU members must take a firm stance vis-à-vis Britain over the bloc’s free movement of labor rules during the Brexit divorce talks. Jean-Claude Juncker’s comments come as some politicians have suggested that Britain will be able to negotiate a close trade relationship with the EU without having to allow people’s free movement into Britain when it leaves the bloc. Juncker added that the bloc is open to more discussions on the stalled trade talks with the U-S. He, however, warned that the EU will not kneel down before the Americans. Talks on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership trade deal have been suspended until next year to allow a new US president settle in office.