The Sun, May 17
BRITAIN faces a bill of £380billion if Brexit is delayed, a report says.
Remainers want the PM to seek an extension to the transition period beyond the December 31 deadline.
But a delay of just two years would cost the extra billions, ten times the original divorce bill, according to a cross-party group of MPs and economists.
At £11,400 for every household, it is enough to cover the health budget for two years.
Boris Johnson would be hit with five potential bills if he bows to growing pressure.
Britain would have to carry on paying £11billion a year into the EU budget.
Costs would also mount with the likely loss of lucrative free trade deals.
We would also miss out on red tape savings and taking control of unskilled migration.
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