Prime Minister Theresa May.

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LONDON — Britain will no longer repay its Brexit divorce agreement till the yr 2064 — 46 years from now — in step with the newest financial forecasts from the Office for Budget Responsibility.

The UK govt has agreed to pay £37.1 billion to the European Union as a part of its departure from the bloc, with a purpose to repay monetary commitments it signed as much as previous to the British public vote casting for Brexit.

However, the OBR has printed lately this sum will be paid off by means of staggered contributions lasting to the yr 2064.

The UK will pay £16.four billion to the EU between the years of 2019-2010; £18.2 billion between 2021 and 2018; and £2.five billion unfold out between 2019 and 2064, in step with ORB estimates, which you’ll learn right here.

Here is the key graph.

Office for Budget Responsibility

Prime Minister Theresa May has time and again insisted that Brexit will imply Britain taking again regulate of its regulations, borders and cash.

“The agreement we reach with the EU must respect the referendum. It was a vote to take control of our borders, laws and money,” she stated in her most up-to-date keynote speech on Brexit negotiations.

However, lately’s figures recommend that Britain will proceed making monetary contributions to Brussels a long time after ceasing to be a member state.

Britain will spend just about part a decade — from 2040 to 2064 — paying off what it owes in pension liabilities, as illustrated another graph, proven beneath.

HM Treasury, Office for Budget Responsibility

The ORB figures shaped the foundation of Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Spring commentary, which used to be unveiled in a while after lunchtime on Tuesday.

They don’t account for long term bills Britain might make in trade for get entry to to the unmarried marketplace or participation in European businesses.

Prime Minister May stated in her Mansion House speech on Brexit that she is ready to pay the EU in go back for club of businesses protecting spaces like medication, chemical compounds and aviation.

“We accept this would mean abiding by the rules’ and making an appropriate financial contribution,” she stated closing month.