“In that case it is: see you in The Hague!” it quoted an EU official – in response to suggestions that Britain will try to avoid any exit bill.
Is this an actual possibility for refusing an exit bill*?
*Bill, rather than agreements:
“I don't know about £50bn, I've seen £40bn, £50bn, £60bn, I've seen no explanation for any of them,” Mr Davis told BBC’s Question Time programme.
“We'll of course meet our international obligations but we expect also our rights to be respected too. I don't think we're going to be seeing that sort of money change hands.
Is this just a confusion of terms and the obligations and "divorce fee" are one and the same? Or is there an extra fee that the EU intends to take Britain to court over if it doesn't pay it?