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UK may pay €55 billion for Brexit

London is close to making concessions to Brussels to settle a Brexit “divorce bill”, the Guardian reported. The final figure could be up to 55bn euros (£49bn).

The UK seems ready to meet its obligations on unpaid bills, loans and pensions in the EU, which have accumulated in recent years.

November 22, it became known that the UK government will reserve £3 billion to prepare for Brexit in the next two years. Earlier, London determined the date of withdrawal from the EU - March 29, 2019


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