london - The amounts requested by the European Union in Britain under the Brexit deal seem to be excessive. That said the British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday.
The EU has sent a bill of tens of billions of euros to the United Kingdom, partly to cover part of future EU budget agreements that have been made during membership.
At the request of a parliamentarian or the EU it must be said that they can 'flute to their pennies', Johnson said: 'I think the amounts I've seen are shameless and that' whistle to their pennies 'in this case a complete Appropriate expression. '
Johnson also said that the government has not made plans in case an agreement with the EU fails.