Thursday, December 01, 2016

Cunning Plans

Real genius.

The UK would consider making payments to the EU after it leaves the bloc to secure the best possible access to the EU single market, Brexit Secretary David Davis has said.

Mr Davis told MPs the "major criterion" was getting the best access for goods and services to the European market.

"And if that is included... then of course we would consider it."

But Brexit-backing Tory Peter Bone said "people would be absolutely outraged" if the UK continued to pay the EU.