An interesting article from The Independent:
David Cameron has said the UK will not pay an additional £1.7billion (€2.1billion) demanded by the European Union after a recalculation by the European Commission about how the economies of member states have performed since 1995.
Paying the additional sum would add about a fifth of the UK’s current annual contribution to the EU, while under a leaked European Commission document Germany would receive a £614million rebate and France £788.7million.
The above chart from Statista shows how UK contributions to the EU have changed over the last decade.
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