Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson delivers a speech at Chatham House in London, Britain December 2, 2016. REUTERS/Gareth Fuller/Pool
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Britain could pay in to some EU programs after Brexit but the government will take back control of its own money and will no longer spend large amounts in Brussels, Foreign Minister Boris Johnson said on Sunday.Last week, Brexit minister David Davis said Britain could pay into the EU budget to get access to the bloc's single market of 500 million customers, easing fears that the government is heading for a "hard Brexit" involving a clean break with the bloc.future might be a good idea, certainly would be a good idea if it involved paying in," Johnson said, referring to the Erasmus student exchange program and Horizon program for research.
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