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Britain may leave EU without paying 60 billion euro, — media
15:53, 4 March 2017
Britain may leave EU without paying 60 billion euro, — media

Earlier House of Lords approved amendment to the draft law on launching Brexit procedure

15:53, 4 March 2017

The Telegraph

Britain will not be legally obliged to contribute 60 billion euro towards the European Union’s budget if no exit deal is reached, according to House of Lords analysis, The Independent reported.

"Calculations of the UK’s so-called “divorce bill” from the EU are “hugely speculative” and almost every element is subject to interpretation," European Commission’s chief Brexit negotiator informed, according to the message.

If the negotiations starting along with Brexit procedure do not end with agreement, Great Britain will have the right to pay nothing to the EU’s budget.

Earlier House of Lords approved amendment to the draft law on launching Brexit procedure.

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