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Leaving the European Union never seemed to be an easy task for a country that is already deeply integrated into joint economy. Great Britain, however, is ready to sacrifice much more to go alone from now one. The country is now facing a compensation payment of 60 billion euros that it would have to pay to the European Union before the negotiation process is over.

According to three unnamed sources, British government is ready to pay as much as 40 billion euros over the course of four years. Payments would only be made as a part of the negotiation process if all other terms are agreed upon by both parties.

“We know (the EU’s) position is 60 billion euros, but the actual bottom line is 50 billion euros. Ours is closer to 30 billion euros but the actual landing zone is 40 billion euros, even if the public and politicians are not all there yet,” stated one ‘senior Whitehall representative’.

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