Mae hwn yn fersiwn HTML o atodiad i'r cais Rhyddid Gwybodaeth 'Detailed breakdown of the £39 billiion Brexit Divorce Bill'.

Freedom of Information 
Correspondence Unit 
9 Downing Street 
Ruth Sutherland 
Via: ​ 
Our ref: DEX001664 
31 January 2019 
Dear ​Ms Sutherland, 
We refer to your request, where you asked: 
Please provide a detailed breakdown of the £39billion "divorce bill" for exiting the 
European Union. 
Please list any cost of over £1billion. 
We have dealt with your request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (‘the Act’). 
DExEU holds some information which is relevant to your request for information.  The 
information is reasonably accessible to you by means other than a request for information 
under the Act.  It is therefore exempt from disclosure under section 21(1) of the Act. 
Information relevant to your request is contained in the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s letter 
to the Chair of the Treasury Select Committee on 24 January 2018: to TSC Chair-UK E
U financial settlement.pdf 
Under section 16 of the Act, a public authority is obliged to provide advice and assistance 
to those who request information so far as it would be reasonable to do so.  In accordance 
with that duty, DExEU wishes to bring your attention to the information below, which you 
may find useful in connection with your request: 
● Joint Report from the negotiators of the European Union and United Kingdom 
Government, December 2017 (see paragraphs 57-86): report.pdf 
● Office for Budget Responsibility, Economic and Fiscal Outlook, October 2018 (see 
pages 158-159): ​ October-2018.pdf 

You may also wish to contact the FOI Team at Her Majesty’s Treasury (HMT) at​ as HMT is the Government department with responsibility 
for public spending and the costs associated with the UK’s exit from the EU. 
If you have any queries about this letter, please contact the FOI team. Please remember to 
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Department for Exiting the European Union 
9 Downing Street 
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Yours sincerely, 
Freedom of Information Team, DExEU.