A top minister has accused the European Commission of “trying to bully the British people” following negative stories about negotiations over UK’s exit from the European Union (EU), the media reported on Friday. Brexit Secretary David Davis in a BBC interview late Thursday said a “line was crossed” when stories suggested the UK could face a 100 billion euro “exit bill”. “Clearly what was happening was the commission was trying to bully the British people - and the British people will not be bullied, and the government will not allow them to be bullied,” Davis said. (ians)
'European Commission trying to bully UK'