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EU Financial Affairs Sub-Committee
Report published on 23 October 2019. Awaiting Government Response and debate.
The report states that while it would be difficult to enforce the UK's financial obligations in any international court or tribunal, this does not mean that these obligations do not exist.
The Committee welcomes Government statements that the UK will always "pay its dues", and highlights indications from the EU institutions that negotiations on a future relationship will not start until the UK’s financial obligations are honoured.
EU Financial Affairs Sub-Committee publishes report on the UK's financial obligation to the EU