The conditions for the existing Brexit deal will not change, despite the election of a new prime minister in the UK, said a spokesman for the European Commission at a regular press conference in Brussels on Tuesday
Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who remains favorite to succeed Theresa May as UK prime minister, threatens recently that if the European Union doesn’t agree to offer UK better conditions for its Brexit departure.
He will reject paying the EU 39 billion-pound “breakup fee” which refers to the debt that the UK owes to the EU, scheduled to be paid back by stages in future years.
Boris said money is the best way and a lubricant for reaching a good deal.
Meanwhile, officials from France and Germany also said no new talks on UK’s Brexit will be relaunched.