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Britain will get stuck with an £18 billion Brexit 'divorce' bill

Britain faces a "divorce bill" of as much as £18 billion (€20 billion) when the country eventually leaves the European Union thanks to its commitments to huge numbers of shared payments with the other 27 nations in the bloc. According to an analysis carried out by the Financial Times, Britain needs to pay back, at the upper estimate, around €20 billion in commitments to pensions, infrastructure funding, and other transnational projects that are part of its current membership of the EU.
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