The majority of EU states believe the UK should be punished for its decision to leave and, in turn, say the exit deal must be costly.Belgium has been ranked as the nation which does not want to see Britain get away with a small divorce bill most of all.
But the nations most against Britain paying a low charge were Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Netherlands, Romania, Slovakia, Spain and Sweden.
Each member state was also placed into three groups including “hard-core”, “hard” and “soft”.
While the analysts also noted Eastern European countries would want to see Britain stump up a huge divorce bill because they are in receipt of EU development funds.
GETTY EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier hinted they might decide to punish Theresa May with a £50bn bill
The report said: “They said particularly those in receipt of EU development funds (of which Poland is the largest recipient), can be expected to resist an attempt by the UK to reduce its Brexit bill by cutting its aid commitments.“Net contributors to the budget (Germany, France, the Netherlands, Italy, Sweden, Belgium, Austria, Denmark and Finland) are also likely to take an uncompromising stance in talks on the Brexit bill because they face the prospect of shouldering a greater share of future liabilities.”
Among Britain’s allies in the “soft category” were Malta, Luxembourg, Iceland and Cyprus.
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