UK Treasury data shows that the total bill for the UK’s membership of the EU was £18.9 billion last year. And we still have £33 Bn to go!
2019 represented the last full year of the UK’s membership of the European Union.
And in that final year we got a total gross bill for that membership of £18.9 billion says a recently published House of Commons Library briefing paper.
And this is the bill we would have to pay had Margaret Thatcher not secured a rebate for the UK to, as the Library Paper puts it “… to correct the issue of the UK making relatively large net contributions to the EU”.
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