The United Kingdom will not pay the "law on divorce "from £ 39 billion in Brussels if you refuse an agreement on Brexit, Dominic Raab insisted.
The tough talk of Secretary Brexit came after Prime Minister Theresa May clarified that Britain would rethink its agreement to pay the full exit agreement if it did not reach an agreement on future business relationships .
Writing in the Telegraph newspaper, Raab said that if there had not been an agreement "the government would not pay the terms of the financial agreement"
"There is no agreement without the agreement. agreement ", he added.
The comments came as the government Last Thursday a new raft of technical documents was released that should focus on how a non-contracted Brexit would impact on things like roaming charges for mobile phones.
There is no agreement without the complete agreement
Raab said that the government wants a good agreement, but added: "It will require our European friends to equal the ambition and pragmatism that we have demonstrated.
" If that does not happens, the UK will handle the challenges of the non-business, so let's make a Brexit success. "
Secretary Brexit also accused people who warned of the lack of food and medicine after a withdrawal without any kind of" alarmism ", saying it was" absurdity "to claim that UK supermarkets would run out of food.  The contingency planning for short-term interruptions was nothing new, he added.
The position of the stronger government followed an open speech at a meeting of the Tory backstore in the Brexit dura The European Research Group (ERG) in an attempt to overthrow Ms. May as a PM unless she abandoned Checkers' strategy on the withdrawal of the EU.
ERG President Jacob Rees-Mogg told Channel 4 News: "Dama is a dying man in a thunder-storm, if it's not really a dead duck.
The move to release a new raft of technical documents on Brexit comes among the rumors that leaving the EU without a solid agreement could see the return of taxes on the use of mobile devices on the continent.
The Best for Britain pro-Europe campaign said roaming charges could cost business men visiting the EU up to £ 778 per month.
In his column for the Telegraph, Raab said that the technical documents will include plans to "protect consumers from mobile phone roaming charges" "
Other areas covered by the documents will include the impact of a scenario non-agreement on environmental standards and vehicles.
The documents will be published after a special meeting of the Council of Ministers focused on how the final result could be managed.