May Insists 'money Will Be Spent' To Prepare For No Deal

8 months ago
May was asked for reassurances money was available for a no deal Brexit 
She told the Commons the Government was committing the funds for Brexit
Came after Philip Hammond insisted money would only be release as needed
Treasury chief secretary Elizabeth Truss said, given the chance to vote again, she would back Brexit because ‘dire predictions’ about it had proved wrong;
Mr Hammond warned all flights to Europe could be grounded if Britain left without a deal – a view not shared by the Department for Transport;
Senior ministers were reported to have clashed with him in Cabinet;
Labour warned it could vote down any ‘no deal’ agreement;
Berlin was reported to be insisting on a divorce settlement of up to £90billion;
A senior judge warned the European Court of Justice could strike down any EU-UK agreement.

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