Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab has set out what he called “practical and proportionate” advice in case the UK leaves the EU with “no deal”.
Ministers say a deal is the most likely outcome but the government has published 25 documents of guidance for people and businesses across a variety of areas to try to avoid the “short-term disruption” which it admits is possible if the two sides cannot reach a deal.
Under a No Deal scenario businesses will need to apply the same customs and excise rules to goods moving between the UK and EU as they do to Non EU goods. On the 23rd August the Government published a number of papers.
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