When the british say goodbye to the EU 29. march, is for a handsomely eftervederlag to the 73 british members of the EUROPEAN Parliament, among others, Nigel Farage.
It writes the media Politico, covering european politics.
the Size of the benefit depends on how long the politicians have been members of parliament.
The british parliamentarians have the right to a benefit of 8611,31 euro 64.000 pounds per year, they have been in parliament, on the month before taxes for up to two years.
This means that, for example, brexit-champion Nigel Farage, who has been a member of the european parliament since 1999, can claim 172.000 euros - equivalent to almost 1.3 million dollars.
This assumes, however, that he does not undertake another parliamentary work in the 20 months after the brexit.
The british politicians have, according to the Politico also entitled to get a refund for half of the so-called "blyantspenge" in the three months after the brexit.
"Blyantspenge" is an amount intended to cover the costs of running an office, including telephony and computer equipment. The appendix is in 2018 at 32.850 dollars per month.
The special feature of the grant is that there is no requirement for documentation for how the money is used.
the Information comes, according to Politico from a 22 pages long document, that the british MEPS have received.
The british House of commons votes Tuesday 15. January on brexitaftalen, which denes the conditions for the country's withdrawal from the UNION.
Nigel Farage has been strongly criticised on the british brexitafstemning. Not least when it became clear that he had some real suggestions as to how the outcome should be implemented in the reality.
instead, he criticized the government, who had fought against brexit, not to have a plan.
He selected a few weeks after the election to resign as leader of Ukip and from the political work in the united kingdom.
Nigel Farage has also been criticized for, that he has been sitting in the EU Parliament, where he has had a mandate since 1999.
- I am surprised that you are here. You fought for brexit. The british have voted in favour of brexit. Why are you here?, said the president of the EUROPEAN Commission Jean-Claude Juncker, as mr Farage returned to the plenary in the EU Parliament.
Nigel Farages period in the EU-Parliament expires in 2019.