The UK could refuse to pay its £ 39 billion divorce bill in Brussels if it does not get a trade deal, said Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab.
million. Raab said that there had to be a "conditionality" He told the Sunday Telegraph: "Article 50 requires, while we negotiate the withdrawal agreement, that there be a future framework for our new relationship, so the two are linked.
"You can not have one side that fills its side of the market and the other side not, or go slowly, or do not get it. to commit to his side. "
" So, I think we need to make sure that there is some conditionality between the two. "
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And David Davis, who was resigning as secretary of Brexit to protest Checkers' agreement, told the Sunday Express that the PM had to "start again" on withdrawal plans
Comments came as a new poll suggests that only 16% of voters think Ms. May handles negotiations well, while 34% believe that former secretary of Foreign Affairs Boris Johnson would do a better job.
And 38% of people would vote for a new right-wing party that is engaged in Brexit, while 24% are willing to support an anti-immigrant and anti-Islam party explicitly right, according to the law. 39; You Gov survey for the Sunday Times.
One in three voters is ready to support a new centrist anti-Brexit party.