Theresa May declines to rule out paying EU for single market access
Theresa May has declined to rule out continuing to pay significant sums into the EU budget after Brexit.
Asked about the issue in the Commons, the prime minister would only say that the government would be able to make decisions about how to spend taxpayers’ money after leaving the EU.
The Conservative MP Philip Davies urged her to make a pledge not to pay any money into the EU budget. He argued that even “contemplating that would be contemplating betraying what people voted for” in June. Full Story