Britain has for the first time explicitly acknowledged it has financial obligations to the EU after Brexit, a move that is likely to avert a full-scale clash over the exit bill in talks next week.
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The article 50 process is now underway. And in accordance with the wishes of the British people, the United Kingdom is leaving the European Union.
My honourable friend is absolutely [INAUDIBLE].
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. [INAUDIBLE]
The sums that I have seen that they propose to demand from this country seem to me to be extortionate, and I think to go whistle is an entirely appropriate expression.
I am not hearing any whistling, just the clock ticking.
For most people, regardless of how they voted in the referendum, their view is the decision has been taken, just deliver it. And that's what this government will do.