Downing Street denies Brexit divorce bill of €40bn — “This thing has started very badly” — The UK side had been “a bit absent”

The UK should keep every bit of that “owed” bill, as it is a fabrication of the EU, and the UK should smack the EU in the face with the monetary figure that the UK has paid, NATO, while the EU members never paid anything.

Peace and Freedom

Source dismisses report as inaccurate speculation and says such a high bill would be unacceptable to government and public

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  Hardline Brexit supporters including Jacob Rees-Mogg and Nigel Farage said the reported figure was ridiculous. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA

Downing Street has dismissed the idea of paying a Brexit divorce bill of up to €40bn (£36bn), as leading supporters of leaving the EU said they would not accept handing over such a large sum.

Theresa May was reported to be willing to pay that amount as the price for getting on with trade talks and an exit deal.

The sum would be a compromise, because Brussels has demanded about €60bn. The €40bn figure would still be the equivalent of several years of contributions to the EU budget…

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