A man passes a Brexit related sticker on Westminster bridge in London, on December 9, 2017. AFP / BEN STANSALL
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Brexit Secretary David Davis said Sunday Britain will not honor financial commitments agreed this week with the European Union if they fail to secure a future trade deal, contradicting finance minister Philip Hammond.Under an initial agreement reached with the EU on Friday, Britain will pay a financial settlement of between £35 billion-£39 billion ($47-52 billion) for leaving the bloc in March 2019 .Ireland responded that the deal was "binding" and it would hold Britain accountable -- branding his comments "bizarre".Davis also said Sunday the chances of Britain leaving the EU without a wide-ranging future agreement had "dropped dramatically" following Friday's agreement.He added he could now envisage a Canada-style free trade deal between Britain and the bloc, which would be far more extensive, and he called "Canada plus plus plus".
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