That has infuriated Brussels, which insists that the bill is simply a settling of accounts.
Earlier, Mr. Raab suggested to the Sunday Telegraph that he was still persuading other cabinet ministers that the government's "pragmatic" strategy for leaving the European Union was the "best plan" and that the United Kingdom could refuse to pay its so-called divorce bill, a payment from the United Kingdom to the European Union estimated to be about £39bn, if it does not get a trade deal.
Mrs May's Brexit plan was thrashed out at a stormy Cabinet meeting earlier this month but has faced opposition from her party, the opposition and with senior negotiators for the European Union in Brussels.
He says "you can't have one side fulfilling its side of the bargain and the other side not, or going slow, or failing to commit on its side".
Ireland's deputy prime minister said his government would back moves to lengthen the negotiating period by extending Article 50 if the United Kingdom government requested it, adding the deadline would only be extended if it was "necessary to get a sensible agreement".
Prime Minister Theresa May has repeatedly said that no deal would be better than a bad Brexit deal.
How could Mr Raab get it in two weeks?
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"We need a people's vote with the option to stay in the European Union". "We need to make it clear that the two are linked".
Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab also sparked alarm by disclosing that the government is taking steps to ensure there will be an "adequate" food supply if the United Kingdom crashes out.
Asked if the Government was planning to stockpile food in case no deal was done, Mr Raab initially said "no", but then added: "That kind of selective snippet that makes it into the media, to the extent that the public pay attention to it, I think is unhelpful".
He said, "If it's reciprocated, the energy that we are going to bring to these negotiations, the ambition and the pragmatism, we will get a deal done in October".
Mr Raab and his cohort of extremists such as former foreign secretary Boris Johnson and Trade Secretary Liam Fox, would happily sacrifice the Good Friday Agreement.
"By the end of the summer it should be plain we are making proper preparations for this", he said. "The fact Michel Barnier is not blowing it out of the water but asking questions is a good, positive sign - that's what we negotiate on".
Some MPs in her Conservative Party fear that she will be forced to offer up more in the negotiations - something that could further enrage eurosceptics who fear that May will preside over a "Brexit in name only".
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