Britain will not have agreed a figure with the European Union for its so called Brexit divorce bill by October, Brexit Secretary David Davis said on Tuesday.
The EU wants agreement on how the exit bill – to be paid in euros – will be calculated before talks can move on to Britain’s future relationship with the bloc.
“We’re going to talk it through very, very carefully, so at this stage we’re not going to commit, there won’t be a number by October or November, whenever it is,” Davis told BBC radio.
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