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>> The EU is getting closer to putting a price on Brexit.>>
> But it could still be quite a bill. The EU's Chief Brexit Negotiator saying Wednesday that London will have to settle its accounts with Brussels before exit talks can start in earnest. Michel Barnier not putting a figure on how much the UK owes.
But British media reports say Brussels could be looking for up to 100 billion Euros. Barnier also warning London not to expect an easy ride.>> Some have created the illusion that Brexit would have no material impact on our lives, or that negotiations can be concluded quickly and painlessly.
This is not the case.>> A quick response from across the channel.>> The numbers have been bandied around in the press, 50, 60, 100 billion, we don't recognize. We certainly had no indication of it.>> Brexit Minister, David Davis, saying there is no way Britain will pay 100 billion.
Minister's hoping that figure is just an opening gambit in what is sure to be some very tough talking.