Westminster has reached an agreement with Brussels, in principle, on its so-called Brexit 'divorce bill', according to the Daily Telegraph. The report saw Sterling rapidly cut its losses to trade 0.24% higher at 1.3351, which was up from an intraday low of 1.3220.
Depending on the methodology used to calculate it, the final amount of the divorce bill would be in a range of between €45bn and €55bn (£48.95bn), lower than the European Union's initial demand for €60bn, according to sources from both sides.
It was reportedly the UK's chief negotiator, Oliver Robbins, who secured the deal amid intense back-channel talks towards the end of the previous week.
News of the agreement came ahead of what the newspaper labeled a crucial lunch between the Prime Minister and EU Commission chief Jean Claude Juncker scheduled for 4 December.
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Tell the EU to f*** offNov 29th, 2017 - 04:09 pm +1
The question is why is this piece appearing in Mercopenguin, a British government propaganda organ supposedly devoted to America, South America and the South Atlantic?Dec 01st, 2017 - 03:29 am 0