EU leader Jean-Claude Juncker has today announced that the UK will have to pay a 20% service charge on the final Brexit Bill, a move which has caused widespread outrage among British eurosceptics.
Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage was the first to weigh in:
‘We should simply refuse to pay. Service charges should never be compulsory, especially when you consider how dissatisfied 52% of the public are with the level of service offered by the EU’
‘I urge Mrs. May not to give in to these obscene demands, and to remember that the customer is always right’
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was a little more conciliatory, suggesting that maybe paying a 10% tip would be an acceptable compromise.
Lib Dem leader Tim Farron welcomed the 20% service charge, saying it was ‘worth every penny, and more’
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