Brexit negotiations travels cost taxpayer £500,000 since 2016

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Huge bill reflects Theresa May’s failed approach to negotiations with European Union The government has spent almost £500,000 on taxpayers’ money on flights and trains to Brussels in the past three years because of Brexit, figures reveal. This is a fraction of the £1bn-plus the government is estimated to have spent on the issue , but reflects the cost of Theresa May’s failed approach to Brexit, which caused three years of protracted and fractious negotiations with the EU. Continue reading... …

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