BRUSSELS has fired back at Britain after Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson said the EU can go ‘whistle’ on the £87bn Brexit Bill.
Micheal Barnier, the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator said Boris’ whistling noise is just the clock ticking.
He added Britain has an obligation to pay and that the Brexit bill was a ‘condition of trust’ in the talks.
The Brexit bill is a major question of importance for the EU.
Barnier told the European Commission:
“How do you build a relationship with a country if you dont have any trust”
He also added:
“This isn’t a ransom or exit bill, it is simply settling accounts”
Brexit talks are due to resume Monday.