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LONDON (Reuters) – British foreign secretary Philip Hammond said on Wednesday that Prime Minister Theresa May and her ministers would take full responsibility for any exit bill needed to clear the way for a potential second U.K. election after her unexpected election as leader earlier this year.
The head of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker (R) looks on during a media briefing at the EU Commission headquarters in Brussels October 25, 2014. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir/File Photo
That leaves May faced with the challenge of winning over the more than 2 million British voters who backed Brexit to stay in the European Union but also secure Brexit talks that are due to start in earnest later this month.
“They have not yet delivered any clear policy or guidance on the obligations (on London),” Hammond told a news conference.
“We need to see a clearer timetable and guidance and a clear commitment that the obligations are what has to occur.
“(May) is a competent prime minister but she is not yet in a position to be able to take full responsibility for what comes next,” he said.
“The UK government is the single point of contact on these matters.”
The U.K. government is not taking a formal position over what it wants to pay for the remaining 307 million euros ($320 billion, 317.4 billion pounds) in European Union liabilities that have been promised by Brussels before a divorce deal can be struck.
May, who took the May 7 gamble by calling an election, has since said that any new poll would be a “limited victory” after she failed to secure a majority and has faced a growing rebellion within her own party over Brexit.
Hammond, Britain’s most senior minister, said the government expected to give “full and frank” answers in the coming days outlining how the Brexit bill will be handled and what the UK could expect in Brexit talks.
After the election, Britain voted to leave the EU by 52 percent of voters, though voters also backed keeping all of the EU’s current laws and regulations on
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