The UK will leave the European Union on 29 March 2019 – and with each day that passes, No Deal Brexit is becoming as bigger threat. As time runs out, plans are now being put into action while the nation’s politicians try to escape their deadlock over a Brexit deal. If there’s no arrangement in time, we’ll lose 70 international trade deals in a blink, shed access to EU criminal databases and have to stockpile food and medicine at the stroke of 11pm. The government has issued 104 “technical notices” on the practical effects of No Deal – everything from driving licences to cats. A lot of the effects are on business. UK farmers face a nine-month wait for approval to export organic goods to the EU. Fishermen could be blocked from EU waters. And manufacturers fear their supply chains drying up. But that’s not what who’ve written this guide for. More than enough has been written about business. Instead we have looked through the facts to establish 21 ways No Deal Brexit will affect you, the reader – and your everyday life. Of course, these are worst case scenarios. They’re not exhaustive. They may never happen. Read More Latest… Read full this story
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