The Waugh Zone November 16, 2016

The FT has upped the ante on its own story from yesterday, stating that Brussels is now looking at a ‘divorce’ bill of up to 50bn quid. But just as Google brought the good news that it was investing in the UK long term, No10 had to cope with Boris Johnson’s latest freelancing, telling a Czech paper that the UK would ‘probably’ quit the EU customs union, while, erm, ‘maintaining free trade’. On Newsnight, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, the Dutch finance minister and eurozone leader, said Boris was “saying things that are intellectually impossible, politically unavailable”.

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