On the EU Brexit Bill
From the Telegraph letters column
SIR – Britain met a substantial “entry fee” to join the Common Market (after many years of being denied membership by the original six), paying its share of all commitments to prior work and pensions.
During our membership, we have been one of a few member nations to be net contributors of even more substantial sums.
Now, on leaving, we are expected to pay a similarly excessive sum for future work and pensions – all this to an organisation that has never had its accounts signed off by the auditors.
Matching Green, Essex