Responding to reports that Britain will pay a £36 billion Brexit bill, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:
“With the EU Brexit negotiations, nothing is agreed until everything is agreed.
“Speculation about a ‘divorce bill’ is particularly unhelpful.
“The focus should be on accelerating talks with the aim of concluding them at the end of 2017. This would enable businesses to adapt during the 15 months leading to March 2019.
“If there is no agreement by then, Britain should walk away – no deal is better than a bad deal.”