PM May to offer €20bn for Brexit divorce bill

Negotiations had stalled recently

Laura Dew
Prime Minister Theresa May

Prime Minister Theresa May

Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to offer €20bn to the European Union to cover costs of exiting the bloc when she delivers a speech in Florence later this week.

May (pictured) will be giving a speech in Florence on 22 September to outline the approach Britain is taking towards Brexit. According to the Financial Times, the PM's top EU adviser Olly Robbins has...

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