A wave of terrorist attacks, the Conservative’s failure in snap elections, and a growing divide in society – much has changed since Britain voted to leave the European Union a year ago. With the UK’s government in disarray, Prime Minister May’s hardline EU exit strategy is being increasingly called into question. As Brexit talks kick off, the EU is demanding that Britain start off by paying what it says the UK owes to the bloc. So how much are both sides willing to budge during the negotiations? Will the UK hardliners buckle under pressure from Brussels? We ask the founder of the UK Independence Party, Alan Sked.