Brexit divorce bill to rise MORE as EU plots to make UK pay ENTIRE negotiations costs

Europhiles including the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier, are said to be mapping out a rigorous four-week cycle whereby one week each will be dedicated to internal preparation and consultations; exchange of views between the two sides; negotiation; and reporting back to principles as well as publishing information emerging from the talks. 

A senior EU diplomat told news website Politico: “The original idea was to have one week for negotiations at political level, one week for technical work, and two for feedback and preparations.” 

There is also speculation surrounding the location of where talks are likely to take place, with EU bosses insisting the lion’s share of negotiations should take place in Brussels. 

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