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Brexit bill FARCE: UK to give EU £450,000 for Brussels’ CRACKDOWN on democracy

BRITAIN will be helping the European Union combat movements similar to Brexit if the Government agrees to part with Brussels’ extortionate divorce bill demands.

The EU already spends millions in an attempt to shut down the spread of anti-Brussels news and if Britain parts with the reported figure of £40 billion, a chunk of that will be used to defeat Euroscepticism, according to Ukip leader Henry Bolton.A senior Brussels official has revealed  has agreed to pay a set share of the EU budgets after .

However, speaking anonymously, the official refused to put a precise figure, suggesting the UK may still yet part with a figure higher than those reported.

Speaking on BBC’s Question Time, Mr Bolton revealed at least £450,000 would be used by the EU to stop another Brexit.

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Brexit news: UK to contribute to EU’s crackdown on democracy


£450,000, which is not much out of 50 billion, on projects to challenge Euroscepticism

Henry Bolton

He said: “Two of the things this 50 billion is going to be spent on are projects relating to free Wi-Fi in Greek hotels.“And, the other thing is – can you believe it? – £450,000, which is not much out of 50 billion, on projects to challenge Euroscepticism.

“Now, that is what we will be paying for ladies and gentlemen, and what I’m saying here is if we’re negotiating to agree to go forward with paying for things like that then Gerard Batten has a point.”

Gerard Batten, a Ukip MEP and the party’s Brexit spokesman, accused Britain’s EU negotiators of being “Quislings” after they reportedly agreed to commit to the Brexit divorce bill.He wrote on Twitter: “We have a gutless, clueless PM leading a Government and Parliament of Quislings selling out (literally) and betraying Brexit.

“We owe EU NOTHING!”

Vidkun Quisling was a Norwegian military officer who headed the country’s government on behalf of the Nazis during their occupation in World War 2.Put under pressure by Question Time’s veteran host David Dimbleby, Mr Bolton attempted to “tone down” his colleague’s comments.

Mr Bolton said: “We could tone Quislings down slightly, we should tone it down but the point is there is some tendency toward that.”

https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/886641/Brexit-news-BBC-Question-Time-divorce-bill-European-Union-Ukip-Henry-Bolton

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