By Kylie MacLellan LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will clinch a deal to allow it wide access to European Union markets after Brexit because Germany and France do not want to impose limits that could hurt their biggest industries, leading Brexit campaigner Chris Grayling told Reuters. Grayling, a member of Prime Minister David Cameron's top team, said he expected Britain to have informal talks with the EU about its future relationship before triggering Article 50, which he said should only be done only when Britain is ready. "At the end of the day, money and jobs talk," Grayling, a Conservative MP and leader of the House of Commons told Reuters in his office in Parliament.
Turkey pointed the finger of blame at Islamic State jihadists Wednesday after suicide bombers armed with automatic rifles attacked Istanbul's main international airport, killing 41 people, including foreigners. Witnesses described scenes of terror and panic on Tuesday evening as the attackers began shooting indiscriminately and then blew themselves up at the entrance to Ataturk airport, one of Europe's busiest hubs. The assault, which comes at the start of Turkey's crucial tourist season, was the latest in a wave of attacks in Istanbul and the capital Ankara blamed either on Islamic State (IS) jihadists or Kurdish rebels.