Brussels could be forced to pay the UK a Brexit divorce bill, rather than the other way round, Boris Johnson has said.
The Foreign Secretary accused the EU of trying to “bleed this country white” with an expected bill of as much as €100bn (£84bn) to settle liabilities on withdrawal.
He claimed the UK could “definitely” walk away without paying, and said Britain’s share of EU assets is so valuable that Brussels may end up having to hand over money.
Asked whether he agreed with former Conservative leader Iain Duncan Smith that Britain might end up receiving a payment, Mr Johnson told the Daily Telegraph: “I do, I think there…
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