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2.4 billion euro fine against Google will benefit EU citizens

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The record 2.4-billion-euro fine slapped on Google by the EU for abusing its market dominance “will find its way back to European citizens,” Europe’s competition chief said Saturday. Although the US tech giant has said it expects to appeal, if the European Commission wins, “this fine will return to European citizens” via the governments of the 13 member states involved, European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said on French radio.

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Germany and France 'want €100bn from UK'

Germany and France 'want €100bn from UK'

It is widely believed in Whitehall that the leak to the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung of the supposedly car-crash Brexit dinner between Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker was a German government initiative to put the UK on the back foot and show who is in charge.

But why and why now?

Well all the talk in Brussels is that the Germans and French have upped the money they expect from us in the divorce settlement from €60bn (£50bn) - already seen as steep in Downing Street - to an eye-watering €100bn (£84bn).

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