London and Brussels have agreed on a Brexit so-called divorce bill to the tune of €45-55bn, the Daily Telegraph reported on Tuesday.
The sum, if verified would be 13% of the total liabilities the UK has undersigned as an EU member state, in anything from pension costs for EU administrators to loans. Payments are to take place over a prolonged period of time.
The European Commission has offered no comment on the report.

The pound surged by 0,5% against the dollar during the day, as the news,...


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