According to the authoritative publication The Daily Telegraph, the European Union intends to impose fines for Britain if its exit from the EU is delayed once again. The compensation will be charged every month, from now the United Kingdom will pay 1.3 billion dollars for every 30 days of the delay.
In addition to possible fines, Britain already has to make payments to the European Union in the amount of 39 billion pounds after Brexit to be held on March 29. Voting on the country’s exit plan from the European Union, proposed by the government, was held on March 12. Parliament has rejected the proposal again.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has promised that today there will be a vote on whether the deputies agree to withdraw the country from the EU without an agreement. Also, on 14 March they will vote for or against the decision to postpone the date of Brexit.
The material was prepared with the participation of Katya Gordon,
a leading analyst of the brokerage company CT Trade