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European Union court should be guarantor of expats' rights after Brexit

12 Juillet 2017

Facing questions about Britain's future after Brexit, Johnson also said that "there is no plan for no deal because we are going to get a great deal".

Barnier said the three areas "are indivisible and intertwined", making clear that progress in two of the three would be insufficient to advance to the next stage.

He added that Britain had to finally admit that it needed to foot the bill for its departure, estimated by European Union officials at around 100 billion euros ($112 billion).

The EU negotiator ruled out any discussion on Britain's future trade relationship until the three key points were resolved. It's not an exit bill. It's not revenge - at no time has it been those things.

When asked in the Commons whether Brussels should be told to "go whistle" if it wants more money from Britain, the Foreign Secretary said: "I think that the sums that I have seen. seem to me to be extortionate and I think go whistle is an entirely appropriate expression".

He told a Brussels press conference: "I'm not hearing any whistling, just the clock ticking". Some estimates have put the amount at up to €100bn (£89bn).

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"Barnier said it was inconceivable to look at the future before first settling such issues". "How do you build a relationship, a relationship based on trade, on security and defense and on other subjects, like universities, how do you build a durable and long-term relationship, with a country if there is no trust?"

"But any separation involves settling accounts".

On Thursday the United Kingdom government publishes its Repeal Bill, a draft law with two main aims: repealing the 1972 European Communities Act that formalized United Kingdom membership, plus the wholesale import of thousands of EU laws directly into British law.

"We are ready. My team is ready", said Barnier, adding he was even "ready to work through the 14th of July" - France's Bastille Day holiday.

The first issue which is being addressed, citizens' rights for people living in each other's nations, is already posing serious problems, with the European Parliament dismissing the proposals which were made by British Prime Minister Theresa May as insufficient and burdensome.

May has been under pressure to back away from her stance that "no deal is better than a bad deal" since losing her governing Conservative Party's parliamentary majority in an ill-judged election gamble.

European Union court should be guarantor of expats' rights after Brexit