Battles over Britain's exit bill

The idea that Britain would have to pay an exit bill came as a surprise to many who voted to leave the European Union. They'd been promised a financial windfall that would help the government support public services. Siona Jenkins asks Alex Barker and James Blitz what the bill represents and how much leverage the UK has in the negotiations.


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