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UK won't pay Brexit bill if no trade deal agreed: Davis

Brexit Secretary David Davis said Sunday Britain will not honour financial commitments agreed this week with the European Union if they fail to secure a future trade deal, contradicting finance minister Philip Hammond. "No deal means that we won't be paying the money," he told the BBC. "It is conditional on an outcome. It is conditional on getting an implementation period, it is conditional on a trade outcome," he said.
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