Back in 2016, there was disagreement over who would foot the bill for pensions paid out to British members of EU Civil Service. Normally, they would get their pensions from the EU, but due to brexit the EU had (in 2016) taken the following position (according to the telegraph):
But EU officials say Britain would be expected to pay its part of the EU's pension promises when it finally quits the EU.
The article goes on to state:
According to some senior EU officials one compromise could involve the UK paying a lump sum to close its exposure and create a standalone pension fund.
How does Theresa May's brexit deal handle these pensions?