In light of the UK Government indicating it will pay a £50bn ‘divorce bill’ to the EU, do you think Boris Johnson should apologise for saying earlier this year that the EU could ‘go whistle’ over its demand for Britain to pay an ‘extortionate’ Brexit ‘divorce bill’?

Field work dates: 30 November 2017 - 1 December 2017
Data from: United Kingdom
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1 December 2017
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Boris Johnson should apologise37%
Boris Johnson should not apologise47%
Don't know16%

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    Boris Johnson said earlier this year the EU could ''go whistle'' over its demand for Britain to pay an ''extortionate'' Brexit 'divorce bill', meaning the UK would not pay the amount the EU reportedly wanted. In light of the UK Government indicating it will pay a £50bn ''divorce bill'' to the EU, do you think Boris Johnson should apologise for his comment?

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