Europe: Liam Fox, the British Trade Minister rejects any blackmail on the bill to pay for Brexit, for his country leaving the European Union
Liam Fox, the British Trade Minister rejects any blackmail on the bill to pay for Brexit, for his country leaving the European Union. Speaking from Japan where he is on an official visit with Theresa May, he believes that the debate should rather focus on the future relationship between Brussels and London.
“We can not undergo blackmail on the price,” said Liam Fox to ITV so it is in Japan, where the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, is visiting .
The issue of ‘Brexit bill’ is one of the disputes between London and Brussels that demands the British government to honor the commitments already made.
The UK refuses to be subject to any blackmail on the cost of leaving the Union European and hopes that the debate is focused on future relations with Brussels, said Friday the British Trade Minister Liam Fox.
Reassure investors about the post-Brexit
A third round of negotiations on the terms of Brexit ended Thursday with a warning from the Union European. Brussels considers that it will move forward on other issues before they can raise the issue of future relations with London will nevertheless make a prior.
The British government wants to appease effect first corporate fears about the future of trade relations with the bloc European and regulation to which they might be subjected.