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UK to warn public every week over 'no-deal Brexit': The Times

 

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British Prime Minister Theresa May arrives for the EU summit in Brussels, Belgium, December 14, 2017. REUTERS/Eric Vidal/Files

 

LONDON (Reuters) - Britons will from next week start receiving weekly information bulletins from the government about how to make sure they're ready for a disorderly Brexit, The Times reported on Friday.

 

The information will be distributed as "bundles" to consumers and companies as Britain counts down to its departure from the European Union on March 29, 2019, said the newspaper.

 

British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan proposes negotiating the closest possible commercial links for goods trade, but even if she can secure enough support for it at home, she still needs to win agreement from the EU.

 

That means that a disorderly or no-deal Brexit, where the two sides fail to agree a new relationship, is still on the table.

 

Under the government's new campaign, the newspaper said that small businesses will be given information about how to make customs declarations while British holidaymakers will be told to buy health insurance in case current reciprocal deals end.

 

(Reporting by Sarah Young; editing by Guy Faulconbridge)

 
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Remember to stock up essential supplies like food and medicine for next year's brexit.

 

Some smaller and middle sized companies might fall, but the big companies should be able to handle the exit turmoil. 

 

On the other side, people will be missing your excellent Scottish whiskeys. Red wine it is then.

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I am every day very sory to hear how this Brexit story is develloping, even though personnaly it won’t change  too much,  having two passports a French and an UK one, both valid .I was neither against’ nor for the Brexit, I thought up to the voters. Maybe I was naive but never tought I it would become such an imbroglio!

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25 minutes ago, Sir Dude said:

Hard Brexit is increasingly likely as the EU will never accept any of her (TM) proposals until it has rung so many concessions out of the UK there may as well be no Brexit anyway. The choice is becoming to look like hard Brexit or lap-dog vassal state with market access sucking up any and every little rule and still being controlled from Brussels. Enough, I say, leave now, as there is no "negotiation" going on anyhow as negotiation is about coming to a win-win situation or the best possible deal for both sides. What we have going on at the moment is hard bargaining, especially from Brussels, and that is all about win-lose for one side or another but often this ends in lose-lose...makes me laugh when they say they are "negotiating", as they are not, there's a big difference. The UK is being punished, whichever way you shake it, for having the temerity to vote to leave the New World Order liberal continental power unification project. The EU has a vested interest in making an example of the UK to deter others from walking the same path...and you cannot "negotiate" with them. Business will recover and once trade deals are struck then it will be OK, if not better.

You are a dreamer.

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56 minutes ago, Sir Dude said:

Hard Brexit is increasingly likely as the EU will never accept any of her (TM) proposals until it has rung so many concessions out of the UK there may as well be no Brexit anyway. The choice is becoming to look like hard Brexit or lap-dog vassal state with market access sucking up any and every little rule and still being controlled from Brussels. Enough, I say, leave now, as there is no "negotiation" going on anyhow as negotiation is about coming to a win-win situation or the best possible deal for both sides. What we have going on at the moment is hard bargaining, especially from Brussels, and that is all about win-lose for one side or another but often this ends in lose-lose...makes me laugh when they say they are "negotiating", as they are not, there's a big difference. The UK is being punished, whichever way you shake it, for having the temerity to vote to leave the New World Order liberal continental power unification project. The EU has a vested interest in making an example of the UK to deter others from walking the same path...and you cannot "negotiate" with them. Business will recover and once trade deals are struck then it will be OK, if not better.

The forum Uber Hard Brexiteer message has never been anything other than a broken record of Leave Now from Day 1. Misrepresentation of the negotiation process is part of the mood music. Business Know-Nothings the orchestral arrangement.

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