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The Prime Minister attacked European leaders over the unreasonable order, claiming British people did not vote for Brexit just to carry on footing the bill in Brussels.
And speaking at her last EU summit before she is due to activate the departure process, Mrs May declared it was time to crack on with leaving the union, amid rumours she could trigger exit talks as early as next Tuesday.
Her comments come after Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson called for the conservative leader to show the fighting spirit of her predecessor Margaret Thatcher in facing down “unreasonable” cash demands.
Asked about the EU demands, the Uxbridge MP said: “I think we have illustrious precedent in this matter.
“I think you can recall the 1984 Fontainebleau summit in which Mrs Thatcher said she wanted her money back. And I think that is exactly what we will get.”