Boris Johnson: UK should not pay “large sums” for the EU trade-to-access – BBC News

There is no reason why the United Kingdom should have to pay “large” sums of money to the EU continue to trade with it has told, after Brexit, Boris Johnson.
The idea of the UK numbers for the duty-free access to the EU single market was put up for discussion in the last few days. The foreign Minister told the BBC that this was “speculation”, and while he could see how the UK is funding a number of EU initiatives, the payments had to be “reasonable”.

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