Mark Carney: & # 39; No deal Brexit can be as bad as 2008 crash & # 39;

<pre><pre>Mark Carney: & # 39; No deal Brexit can be as bad as 2008 crash & # 39;

Mr. Carney (photo) has warned that a no-deal Brexit can be as disastrous as the financial crash of 2008

Brexiteers threw Mark Carney today as a broken record & # 39; after it was claimed that he warned the house of the cabinet that prices could fall by a third after a no-deal exit.

The governor told Theresa May's top team that recessions caused by no-deal Brexit could be just as bad as the financial crash of 2008.

Carney appeared a rare appearance on Downing Street during the special cabinet yesterday without deal preparations.

Sources disclosed to The Guardian that Mr. Carney suggested a no-deal outcome would cut housing prices by 25-30 percent over a three-year period.

He would also have claimed that unemployment will double in percentages.

Other problems he predicted include blocking transport links with the trading bloc.

A cabinet minister told the paper that Mr. Carney did not say that everything he mentioned would happen, but only saw the need to consider the worst case scenario.

Another insider claimed that at the briefing a broad agreement had been reached on the steps we had to take to support the British economy in case the EU would stay behind on bad terms & # 39 ;.

But Brexiteer Nigel Evans told MailOnline that it was the same dismal story from Mr. Carney.

He said: "The Governor's statements must be known as Carneyage-that is when you predict doom, gloom, and chaos and go wrong every time.

"He consistently predicted Armageddon for the referendum when we left and he was wrong and he again played the same sombre cracked record.

"Unemployment has declined every month, we have record numbers and a huge increase in exports – in my patch they are building homes with record numbers and this would not happen if homebuilders could not make a profit. & # 39;

The Prime Minister was warned that house prices could drop over a period of three years during today's briefing

The Prime Minister was warned that house prices could drop over a period of three years during today's briefing

The Prime Minister was warned that house prices could drop over a period of three years during today's briefing

Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab (picture for the cabinet meeting today) said he is still working on a deal with the EU

Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab (picture for the cabinet meeting today) said he is still working on a deal with the EU

Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab (picture for the cabinet meeting today) said he is still working on a deal with the EU

The Prime Minister (photo & # 39; s yesterday in Downing Street) The Brexit blueprint suggests that Britain follows the EU rules on goods to maintain existing trade, while in other areas such as services , get out

The Prime Minister (photo & # 39; s yesterday in Downing Street) The Brexit blueprint suggests that Britain follows the EU rules on goods to maintain existing trade, while in other areas such as services , get out

The Prime Minister (photo & # 39; s yesterday in Downing Street) The Brexit blueprint suggests that Britain follows the EU rules on goods to maintain existing trade, while in other areas such as services , get out

The briefing of Mr. Carney's cabinet came to the fore after it was claimed that the British business will be hit by a red tape & # 39; of red tape and higher costs if the UK crashes without a deal from Europe.

The CBI said that a lot of new government documents about how Britain would tackle a collapse of the talks turned out to be the dangers of failure in Brussels.

The warnings came after Theresa May had secured the agreement of her cabinet to step up the preparations for no deal.

Three documents on the consequences of the failure of the EU say that motorists need new £ 5.50 international permits to use their cars on the continent.

They also warn that if negotiations with Brussels fail, ex-pats could be forced to resume driving tests after March next year, because their UK will no longer be valid.

Britons who need less than six months to use their passports also need to be renewed before they travel to the EU – while only in 2019 British blue passports will be issued again.

The government removed the fear that holidaymakers would be hit by roaming charges for the use of mobile phones in the EU – with the largest telecom companies agreeing not to charge extra costs.

But in one of the most striking warnings the documents predicted that the EU will refuse to share information with the UK about asteroids that could destroy humanity.

The latest series & # 39; technical & # 39; Announcements were published after Ms. May had made the Ministers aware of a special cabinet meeting that large scale & no-deal & # 39; Broxit plans should be activated if no agreement was reached by mid-November.

Minister of the Interior Sajid Javid

Minister of the Interior Sajid Javid

Commercial Secretary Liam Fox

Commercial Secretary Liam Fox

Home Secretary Sajid Javid (left) and Trade Secretary Liam Fox (right) were on Downing Street for the Cabinet meeting today

Governor Mark Carney of the British central bank (photos arrived before the Cabinet meeting) informed ministers about preparations in the financial sector

Governor Mark Carney of the British central bank (photos arrived before the Cabinet meeting) informed ministers about preparations in the financial sector

Governor Mark Carney of the British central bank (photos arrived before the Cabinet meeting) informed ministers about preparations in the financial sector

The main disclosures in the announcements – intended to remove the doubts of the EU that the UK is really prepared to leave without a deal – include:

  • International driving licenses, which cost £ 5.50 each, are mandatory for the EU after March. The government will only start granting permits in February next year – increasing the fear of chaos with huge numbers of people applying for weeks before the deadline.
  • Ex-pats must get driver's licenses for the countries where they reside and may have to retest.
  • British passports will not refer to the EU from March – but the traditional blue versions will not appear until the end of next year.
  • Britain will depend on the United States for monitoring and tracking data on asteroids, dead satellites or other debris that falls to Earth after a no-deal Brexit.
  • The Common Travel Area will be honored if there is a Brexit deal or not – meaning that Irish citizens can travel to the UK and stay there.

The reaction to yesterday's not-not-notices was dominated by company warnings about the extra administrative burden that is likely to be imposed on companies.

CBI Director General Carolyn Fairburn said no deal would be devastating for companies.

She warned: & # 39; These announcements make clear that companies are hit with a sledgehammer in the case of & # 39; no deal & # 39 ;.

They also illustrate the extent of the disruption consumers can expect if ideology wins the evidence. & # 39;

EU could refuse to share information about space debris after Brexit

Britain could remain dependent on the United States for data on space debris that plunged into the earth after a no-deal Brexit, government documents suggested today (artist & # 39; s impression)

Britain could remain dependent on the United States for data on space debris that plunged into the earth after a no-deal Brexit, government documents suggested today (artist & # 39; s impression)

Britain could remain dependent on the United States for data on space debris that plunged into the earth after a no-deal Brexit, government documents suggested today (artist & # 39; s impression)

Britain could remain dependent on the United States for data on space debris that plunges to the earth after a no-deal piece, government documents suggested today.

Theresa May has repeatedly insisted on a & # 39; no-deal & # 39; Brexit & # 39; not the end of the world & # 39; would be.

But the EU is currently building a system designed to protect satellites against crashes on other equipment or debris.

It also follows the material that is on 'planned or unscheduled basis & # 39; to the earth.

Without a deal, the UK will no longer participate in the EU Space Surveillance and Tracking program, according to the announcement.

It says: "If the UK leaves the EU in March 2019 without an agreement, the UK will not be eligible to participate in the EU Space Surveillance and Tracking program.

"Therefore, UK organizations can not contribute to providing EU space surveillance and surveillance services, to participate in scientific and technical groups to further develop the program or to receive a grant to support UK involvement. Pay.

& # 39; The United Kingdom continues to receive space, surveillance and tracking data from the United States of America. & # 39;

Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, said: "Companies still need more precision from the government to be able to plan ahead with confidence.

Many companies tell us that they are deeply concerned about the impression that essential information they need to prepare for change is suppressed by political sensitivities during the start of the party congress season.

Speed, precision and clarity are essential so companies can prepare for change. & # 39;

Mike Cherry, president of the small business federation, said: "With each release of the government's technical notes, we get a clearer picture of how dangerous and damaging a sudden no-deal Brexit will be for our small businesses. & # 39;

Secretary of Shadow Brexit, Sir Keir Starmer, said: & # 39; We are less than 200 days until we leave the European Union and the government still has no credible plan for the Brexit. The Cabinet would be planning to negotiate a good deal for Great Britain, not to fail or to blame companies for the chaos in the government.

& # 39; The only reason why the government is talking about no deal is because the Tory civil war against Europe prevents the prime minister from closing a good deal.

With the clock ticking, ministers must abandon the irresponsible rhetoric and go jobs and put the economy first. & # 39;

One of the newspapers confirms that international driving licenses & # 39; would be necessary for a large part of the EU if there was no agreement.

& # 39; Maybe you will be rejected at the border or you will have to deal with other enforcement actions, such as fines, if you do not have the correct IDP, & # 39; is in the document.

The document says that the government will only start offering IDPs to most post offices after 1 February next year, which could cause concerns about an administrative blockade for people who want to travel to the continent.

Currently they are only available at around 90 post offices across the country or by mail order from two private companies.

Two types of displaced persons are required by EU countries, depending on whether they have ratified the 1949 or 1968 conventions on road traffic – which means that some passengers need both permits.

Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer warned & # 39; we are less than 200 days until we leave the European Union and the government still has no credible plan for Brexit & # 39;

Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer warned & # 39; we are less than 200 days until we leave the European Union and the government still has no credible plan for Brexit & # 39;

Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer warned & # 39; we are less than 200 days until we leave the European Union and the government still has no credible plan for Brexit & # 39;

Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, said the Brexit would not bring a business deal in bureaucracy

Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, said the Brexit would not bring a business deal in bureaucracy

Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, said the Brexit would not bring a business deal in bureaucracy

Motorists can be at the border or take enforcement measures if they have not obtained the right documents.

Driving licenses may no longer be valid in the EU after no deal

British driving licenses may no longer only be valid for driving in the European Union if there is no Brexit deal, the government has warned.

Drivers may require international driving licenses (IDP) if the EU does not agree with the recognition of British licenses, according to new guidelines.

They can be sent away at the border or forced to take action if they have not obtained the correct documents.

Two types of displaced persons are required by EU countries, depending on whether they have ratified the 1949 or 1968 conventions on road traffic.

This means that some routes require both permits, such as when people enter France and then Spain.

The documents cost £ 5.50. The 1949 type is available on the counter at approximately 90 post offices or by mail order from two private companies.

The mail order service will stop on January 31 and the government will deliver IDPs the next day.

Motorists can apply for both types at 2500 Post Office locations in the United Kingdom.

The Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management is of the opinion that up to seven million permits can be applied for in the first twelve months after the Brexit.

The notification urges ex-pats to exchange their existing licenses for one that is valid in the country where they live.

& # 39; If you become a resident in an EU country after the day of departure, you would not automatically have the right, under EU law, to exchange your UK license for a driving license from the EU country where you live & # 39; according to the newspaper.

& # 39; Depending on the laws of the EU country you are visiting, you may need to take a new driving test in that country.

Edmund King, president of association AA, said: "This will be an extra tax for British drivers who want to take a holiday abroad.

We are also disappointed that from the end of January next year the AA will no longer be able to carry out displaced persons, as we have done for decades. We had campaigned to retain the right to issue these permits, but the transport secretary has decided that displaced persons are only issued at post offices. & # 39;

Passport assessment says that if the UK has a third party status, EU countries can require at least six months left before the expiration date.

• To prevent your adult British passport from complying with the Schengen Borders Code, we recommend that you check the date of issue and ensure that your passport is not older than nine years and six months on the day of departure & # 39; , says it.

Business minister Claire Perry (photo) was also at the no-deal planning meeting in Downing Street today

Business minister Claire Perry (photo) was also at the no-deal planning meeting in Downing Street today

Business minister Claire Perry (photo) was also at the no-deal planning meeting in Downing Street today

Irish citizens will retain the right to enter and stay in the United Kingdom, regardless of the outcome of the Brexit, according to the document.

Blue passports are issued from the end of 2019

Blue passports will be issued for decades for the first time from the end of 2019, the no-deal papers unveiled.

But the change can offer so little comfort for travelers in a scenario without an appointment.

Technical notices warn that some British citizens may be blocked to enter EU countries despite a valid passport.

At the moment there is no obligation for Britons traveling to the block to have a minimum or maximum remaining time in their passports before they expire.

But this could change if the UK departs without a deal next year, March 29, according to a government document.

Most EU countries have signed the Schengen agreement, making it possible to travel without a passport.

Although the United Kingdom is not a member, British citizens are currently able to enter the Schengen area if they have a valid passport and there is no requirement to leave a certain amount of time before the validity period expires, according to the manual of the home office.

The document also reveals that from the United Kingdom from March passports will be made without a reference to EU and blue passports being issued from the end of 2019.

Britain will depend on the United States for monitoring and tracking data on asteroids, dead satellites or other debris that falls to Earth after a no-deal Brexit.

The EU is currently building a system designed to protect satellites from crashes of other equipment or debris.

It also follows the material that is on 'planned or unscheduled basis & # 39; to the earth.

Without a deal, the UK will no longer participate in the EU Space Surveillance and Tracking program, according to the announcement.

Labor MP Jo Stevens said: "It is very worrying that the UK will be excluded from some of the most advanced research in the world. This research yields thousands of high-tech jobs and provides the economy billions per year.

& # 39; Theresa may say that it would not be the end of the world – but actually it could be! & # 39;

British car manufacturers are facing new barriers to the sale of their vehicles in Europe if the UK goes bankrupt without a deal.

They will have to obtain new EU safety certificates before they can sell their cars on the lucrative market, because their car models are no longer automatically recognized.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock (left) and Secretary of State Jeremy Hunt (right) were all happy when they arrived for the no-deal discussions today

Health Secretary Matt Hancock (left) and Secretary of State Jeremy Hunt (right) were all happy when they arrived for the no-deal discussions today

Health Secretary Matt Hancock (left) and Secretary of State Jeremy Hunt (right) were all happy when they arrived for the no-deal discussions today

According to the government document, companies must receive the relevant documents from each EU country – which may cause a major bureaucratic nightmare for the sector.

French minister warns Eurostar would stop after & # 39; no deal & # 39;

British aircraft and Eurostar trains could be sent away at the French border after a no-deal Brexit, France's Minster of Europe warned today.

Nathalie Loiseau told a Chatham House event that the claims & # 39; correct & # 39; were in the midst of the fear of reischaos if no agreement was reached about Brexit-day next year.

Her warning comes days after transport secretary Chris Grayling irritated Brussels by asking all 27 EU countries to make a back-side-side deal with Britain if there is no Brexit deal.

Pro-EU campaigners said it was & # 39; shocking & # 39; was that Britain was confronted with & # 39; travellock & # 39; because of the Brexit.

Asked about the claims of the chaos today, Loisea said: & # 39; If we do not agree, this will happen among others. & # 39;

The document states: & # 39; In a no-deal scenario, type approvals issued in the UK would no longer be valid for sales or registrations on the EU market.

"EC type approvals granted outside the United Kingdom would no longer be automatically accepted on the UK market.

& # 39; This means that affected manufacturers should ensure that they have the correct type approval for each market …

Fabrik Manufacturers who have currently issued a VCA [Vehicle Certification Agency-issued] EC type-approval, which intends to continue to offer their products on the EU market, must be approved by a type-approval authority in an EU country. "

Manufacturers who produce goods that are currently not controlled by EU rules will, after a no-deal, encounter major new obstacles to export to Europe.

Currently, anything that complies with UK regulations but is not subject to harmonized EU rules can be sold anywhere in the internal market. This is known as "reciprocal recognition & # 39 ;.

The products concerned include important sectors for the British industry, including the historic textile trade and products such as bicycles – an area with well-known British brands such as Brompton.

After a no-deal Brexit, mutual recognition would no longer apply – meaning goods would have to comply with regulations in the country in which they are sold.

Mrs. May is under pressure about her Brexit plan with Boris Johnson (photo shoot runs near his home in Oxford today) thought a challenge for leadership to plot

Mrs. May is under pressure about her Brexit plan with Boris Johnson (photo shoot runs near his home in Oxford today) thought a challenge for leadership to plot

Mrs. May is under pressure about her Brexit plan with Boris Johnson (photo shoot runs near his home in Oxford today) thought a challenge for leadership to plot

Dominic Raab, UK leaves the secretary of the European Union, left and Michel Barnier, chief negotiator for the European Union, shakes hands after a press conference in Brussels, Belgium, on 31 August

Dominic Raab, UK leaves the secretary of the European Union, left and Michel Barnier, chief negotiator for the European Union, shakes hands after a press conference in Brussels, Belgium, on 31 August

Dominic Raab, UK leaves the secretary of the European Union, left and Michel Barnier, chief negotiator for the European Union, shakes hands after a press conference in Brussels, Belgium, on 31 August

Since the products in question do not fall under EU-wide rules, this could mean that manufacturers have to comply with 27 sets of regulations.

Exporters of bicycles and textiles could face hordes after Brexit

Manufacturers who produce goods that are currently not controlled by EU rules will, after a no-deal, encounter major new obstacles to export to Europe.

Currently, anything that complies with UK regulations but is not subject to harmonized EU rules can be sold anywhere in the internal market. This is known as "reciprocal recognition & # 39 ;.

The products concerned include important sectors for the British industry, including the historic textile trade and products such as bicycles – an area with well-known British brands such as Brompton.

After a no-deal Brexit, mutual recognition would no longer apply – meaning goods would have to comply with regulations in the country in which they are sold.

Since the products in question do not fall under EU-wide rules, this could mean that manufacturers have to comply with 27 sets of regulations.

Importers should also ensure that non-harmonized goods brought into the UK comply with British rules.

Importers should also ensure that non-harmonized goods brought into the UK comply with British rules.

The announcement on satellites and space program confirms that British and British companies will be blocked in future work on Galilo, the equivalent of the EU for GPS.

Devices using the satellite network will continue to operate normally, meaning that consumers should not see any impact.

But the United Kingdom will be excluded from coded parts of the system because it will be online by the mid-1920s, despite UK investments in the network.

Companies, academics and researchers can also lose and those with existing contracts run the risk of fines.

The report confirms £ 92 million is reserved to explore the possibilities of a British global navigation satellite system – but not to really develop one.

The Ministry of Interior has given assurances that a no-deal Brexit will not change the terms of the common travel room, allowing British and Irish citizens to live, work and receive welfare benefits in another country.

In one of the no-deal preparatory documents issued by the government, the Interior Ministry confirmed that the CTA, dating back to the 1920s, would continue to exist in case the UK leaves the EU without closing a deal .

& # 39; If you are an Irish citizen, you would have retained the right to enter and stay in the UK, such as now & # 39 ;, said the newspaper.

& # 39; You do not have to do anything to protect your status. & # 39;

Traditional blue passports (photo & # 39; s) will not be issued until the end of 2019

Traditional blue passports (photo & # 39; s) will not be issued until the end of 2019

The reference to & # 39; European Union & # 39; will be removed from the British passports from March (photo)

The reference to & # 39; European Union & # 39; will be removed from the British passports from March (photo)

The reference to & # 39; European Union & # 39; will be removed from the British passports from the March (photo on the right), but the traditional blue versions (shown on the left) will only be issued at the end of 2019

If necessary, domestic legislation would be updated in case of no agreement, to ensure reciprocal rights, including the right to work, study and vote, access to social services and health services.

Irish citizens will retain the right to live in the UK, even if the Brexit negotiations fail

Ministers said they were absolutely committed to maintaining the common travel space between the UK and the Republic of Ireland (photo, the Irish border)

Ministers said they were absolutely committed to maintaining the common travel space between the UK and the Republic of Ireland (photo, the Irish border)

Ministers said they were absolutely committed to maintaining the common travel space between the UK and the Republic of Ireland (photo, the Irish border)

Irish citizens will still be allowed to live in Great Britain and work according to the same rules that exist today if there is no deal Brexit, the government promised.

Ministers said that they are absolutely determined to maintain the common travel space between the UK and the Republic of Ireland.

And they tried to reassure fearful citizens that nothing would change, even though the UK collapsed from the Brussels bloc.

The promise comes in a government memorandum – one of the 28 released today – which explains what is being done to prepare for a no-deal Brexit.

The newspaper states: & # 39; If you are an Irish citizen, you would be entitled to stay and stay in the UK, as it is now. You do not have to do anything to protect your status. & # 39;

There would be no practical changes in the UK approach to immigration on journeys within the CTA and no routine immigration controls on journeys from the CTA to the UK.

Britons who get a divorce from an EU citizen or in a custody battle keep the face in the dark as Britain without a deal falls, the technical papers also war,

Currently, EU law covers civil courts – meaning that judgments made by British courts are automatically recognized in the other 27 Member States.

But a no-deal Brexit would pull out of these agreements, which means that there would not be an agreed EU framework for ongoing civil judicial cooperation between the UK and the EU countries & # 39;

Ministers said they would shake up to introduce other laws, but warned British that they should seek legal advice.

It adds: "We will try to provide legal certainty to companies, families and individuals involved in current business on the day of departure.

& # 39; In general, the current business on the exit day will continue under the current rules.

"However, we can not guarantee that EU courts will follow the same principle, nor that EU courts will accept or acknowledge judgments from these cases.People with ongoing cases on 29 March are encouraged to seek legal advice on how this affects them can be. & # 39;

Meanwhile, Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab has opened a new flank in the Brexit fight by threatening the £ 39billion & # 39; separation account & # 39; to lower if Brussels refuses to compromise.

The French minister of Europe, Nathalie Loiseau (pictured), has today boosted rhetoric during a visit to London, claiming that airplanes would be grounded and Eurostar trains would not run.

De Franse minister van Europa, Nathalie Loiseau (foto) heeft vandaag de retoriek opgevoerd tijdens een bezoek aan Londen, waarbij hij beweerde dat vliegtuigen zouden worden geaard en Eurostar-treinen niet zouden rijden

De Franse minister van Europa, Nathalie Loiseau (foto) heeft vandaag de retoriek opgevoerd tijdens een bezoek aan Londen, waarbij hij beweerde dat vliegtuigen zouden worden geaard en Eurostar-treinen niet zouden rijden

De EU-Commissievoorzitter (op de foto van zijn State of the Union) zei dat de EU 'dag en nacht' zou werken voor een hechte relatie nadat het VK het blok heeft verlaten

De EU-Commissievoorzitter (op de foto van zijn State of the Union) zei dat de EU 'dag en nacht' zou werken voor een hechte relatie nadat het VK het blok heeft verlaten

De EU-Commissievoorzitter (op de foto van zijn State of the Union) zei dat de EU 'dag en nacht' zou werken voor een hechte relatie nadat het VK het blok heeft verlaten

Met betrekking tot BBC Radio 4's Today-programma zei de heer Raab dat een van de gevolgen van een 'Brexit zonder deal' is dat we het geld dat is overeengekomen als onderdeel van de terugtrekkingsovereenkomst uiteraard niet zullen uitbetalen. & # 39;

Grensoverschrijdende echtscheidingen kunnen in het ongewisse blijven door niets te doen

Britten die een scheiding krijgen van een EU-onderdaan of in een voogdijgevecht houden het voor elkaar om in het ongewisse te blijven als Groot-Brittannië zonder afspraak omvalt.

Momenteel dekt de EU-wetgeving civiele rechtbanken – wat betekent dat door Britse rechtbanken afgedane uitspraken automatisch worden erkend in de andere 27 lidstaten.

Maar een no-deal Brexit zou de stekker trekken uit deze overeenkomsten, wat betekent 'dat er geen overeengekomen EU-kader zou zijn voor de lopende civiele justitiële samenwerking tussen het VK en de EU-landen'.

De ministers zeiden dat ze zouden opschudden om andere wetten in te voeren, maar waarschuwden Britten dat ze juridisch advies zouden moeten inwinnen.

Het voegt eraan toe: "We zullen proberen rechtszekerheid te bieden aan bedrijven, gezinnen en individuen die betrokken zijn bij lopende zaken op de dag van vertrek.

'In het algemeen zullen de lopende zaken op de exit-dag verdergaan onder de huidige regels.

"We kunnen echter niet garanderen dat EU-rechtbanken hetzelfde beginsel zullen volgen, noch dat EU-rechtbanken oordelen uit deze zaken zullen accepteren of erkennen. Personen met lopende zaken op 29 maart worden aangemoedigd juridisch advies in te winnen over hoe dit op hen van invloed kan zijn. '

Het Verenigd Koninkrijk zou 'onze strikte wettelijke verplichtingen' erkennen, maar dat het betaalde bedrag 'aanzienlijk, aanzienlijk lager' zou zijn dan de £ 39 miljard.

Er zijn claims dat het cijfer meer dan gehalveerd kan worden als de EU een overeenkomst blokkeert en het VK het tijdschema voor de betaling van het saldo zou kunnen vertragen.

De heer Raab waarschuwde Tory Brexiteers – en enkele overgeblevenen – die een kritiek hadden op het plan van mevrouw May's Checkers, en zei dat ze de kansen op een uitblijven van de deal alleen maar zullen vergroten.

'Ik waardeer de zorgen aan alle kanten,' he said.

'Maar als het erop aan komt, zal er een keuze zijn tussen de deal waarvan ik zeker ben dat we kunnen staken met de EU en het scenario zonder deal.

'We zorgen ervoor dat we klaar zijn voor het laatste. Maar ik denk dat het verreweg de optimale uitkomst zou zijn om een ​​deal te sluiten, en ik denk dat dat ieders gedachten zal beïnvloeden. & # 39;

De opmerkingen van de heer Raab sluiten aan bij de verklaring van mevrouw May gisteren dat het Britse £ 39 miljard echtscheidingsaanbod aan Brussel zal worden bezuinigd als de EU er niet in slaagt een alomvattende handelsovereenkomst te sluiten.

De premier drong aan op een 'specifiek aanbod' dat werd gedaan met de verwachting van een aanvaardbare overeenkomst.

Ze waarschuwde het blok dat zonder afspraak 'de positie verandert'. Mevrouw May benadrukte dat het Verenigd Koninkrijk "een land is dat onze verplichtingen nakomt". Maar bronnen suggereerden dat de echtscheidingsbetaling met meer dan de helft zou kunnen worden ingekort als er geen deal is.

Mevrouw May zei: "Het specifieke aanbod is gedaan in de geest van ons verlangen om een ​​overeenkomst met de Europese Unie te sluiten en op basis van, zoals de EU zelf heeft gezegd, dat niets wordt overeengekomen voordat alles is overeengekomen. Zonder een deal verandert de positie. '

Vodafone, Three, EE en O2, die goed zijn voor 85 procent van de markt, hebben de deal gesloten na maandenlange gesprekken met ministers.

De limiet van £ 45 per maand op mobiele gegevens in de EU blijft ook bestaan, zelfs als de besprekingen ineenstorten.

Wat hebben de Brexit-kranten vandaag niet gepubliceerd?

Hier is een volledige lijst van de voorbereidingen voor de Brexit-voorbereidingen die vandaag door de regering worden uitgebracht:

Connecting Europe Facility energy funding if there’s no Brexit deal

European Regional Development Funding if there’s no Brexit deal

European Social Fund (ESF) grants if there’s no Brexit deal

Funding for UK LIFE projects if there’s no Brexit deal

Driving in the EU if there’s no Brexit deal

Handling civil legal cases that involve EU countries if there’s no Brexit deal

Appointing nominated persons to your business if there’s no Brexit deal

Travelling with a European Firearms Pass if there’s no Brexit deal

Trading under the mutual recognition principle if there’s no Brexit dea

Trading goods regulated under the ‘New Approach’ if there’s no Brexit deal

Vehicle type approval if there’s no Brexit deal

Accessing public sector contracts if there’s no Brexit deal

Broadcasting and video on demand if there’s no Brexit deal

Merger review and anti-competitive activity if there’s no Brexit deal

What telecoms businesses should do if there’s no Brexit deal

Data protection if there’s no Brexit deal

Industrial emissions standards (‘best available techniques’) if there’s no Brexit deal

Reporting CO2 emissions for new cars and vans if there’s no Brexit deal

Upholding environmental standards if there’s no Brexit deal

Using and trading in fluorinated gases and ozone depleting substances if there’s no Brexit deal

Running an oil or gas business if there’s no Brexit deal

Trading in drug precursors if there’s no Brexit deal

Satellites and space programmes if there’s no Brexit deal

Getting an exemption from maritime security notifications if there’s no Brexit deal

Recognition of seafarer certificates of competency if there’s no Brexit deal

Mobile roaming if there’s no Brexit deal

Travelling in the Common Travel Area if there’s no Brexit deal

Travelling to the EU with a UK passport if there’s no Brexit deal

On driving licences, motorists will need a new international licence to use their cars in the EU in the event of no deal. The EU is likely to refuse to recognise UK driving licences if Brexit talks collapse, a Department for Transport document will state.

An international driving licence will be needed for anyone driving in the EU after March 29, for hiring or obtaining insurance, unless Brussels or individual member states waive the rules. To complicate matters, there are two types of permit and different versions could be needed for different countries.

Ministers say the UK will continue to recognise EU licences.

The Cabinet 'no deal' meeting today – the first of its kind – was told contingency plans will have to be activated in November in order to have them up and running in time for the UK's departure from the EU in March next year.

The timescale will intensify the pressure on both sides to strike a deal at a special EU Brexit summit now being pencilled in for the middle of November.

Ministers met for three and a half hours to discuss preparations for a no deal Brexit.

The PM's official spokesman said: 'Cabinet agreed that securing a deal with the EU based upon the Chequers white paper is the Government's firm aim and we are confident of success.

'However, as a responsible Government we need to plan for every eventuality.

'Cabinet agreed that no deal remains an unlikely but possible scenario for six months time.

'Departments have significantly increased no deal preparations in recent months. Cabinet agreed to further ramp up no deal preparations in the weeks and months to come to ensure the country is ready for all possible scenarios.'

Brussels is sceptical about Mrs May's willingness to leave without a deal. The new technical notices are designed to demonstrate to both Brussels and the public that the Government will be ready to leave at the end of March.

Bank of England government Mark Carney attended Cabinet today to give a briefing on preparations in the financial sector.

Mr Raab said: 'We are stepping up our no-deal preparations so that Britain can continue to flourish, regardless of the outcome of negotiations.'

Questioned in the House by Tory Chris Philp on whether the £39billion divorce bill would be withheld if there was no deal with the EU, Mrs May said Britain was a 'country that honours our obligations'.

But she insisted it was 'very clear that we need to have a link between the future relationship and the withdrawal agreement'.

'The specific offer was made in our desire to reach a deal with the European Union,' she said.

'And on the basis, as the EU themselves have said, that nothing is agreed until everything is agreed, without a deal the position changes.'

Roam free! Britons will NOT pay EU roaming charges even in the event of 'no deal', Brexit secretary says

Free data roaming across the EU will continue even if Britain crashes out of the bloc without a deal, the government announced today.

Ministers have struck a deal with Europe's four largest mobile operators – including Vodaphone and EE – to ensure there is no return to the rip-off fees of the past.

The news came in a series of technical notices published on Thursday by Brexit secretary Dominic Raab, following on from a first series published in August.

Britons will be free to use their mobile phones anywhere in the EU without incurring extra charges even after Brexit, the government has said

Britons will be free to use their mobile phones anywhere in the EU without incurring extra charges even after Brexit, the government has said

Britons will be free to use their mobile phones anywhere in the EU without incurring extra charges even after Brexit, the government has said

Other areas covered by the documents include the impact of a no-deal scenario on standards relating to the environment and vehicles.

The papers were published after a special meeting of the Cabinet focused on how a no-deal outcome could be handled.

Where do the main players and the key institutions stand on Theresa May's Brexit plan?

OPPOSED

Former Cabinet ministers Boris Johnson and David Davis, who both quit over the details of the plan.

Tory Brexiteers, led by Jacob Rees-Mogg, who insist it will leave Britain worse off than remaining a member.

Tory Remainers, such as Justine Greening, who complain it means Britain leaves the single market and customs union, threatening jobs and trade.

Labour, who say it fails their six tests to ensure the Brexit deal has the 'exact same benefits' of staying in the single market.

The EU Commission, whose negotiator Michel Barnier has said the plan undermines the single market and would destroy the EU.

French President Emmanuel Macron, who said while he wants a strong relationship with Brexit Britain, it cannot come at the cost of the EU unravelling.

IN FAVOUR

Prime Minister Theresa May, who says the Chequers plan delivers on the Brexit vote while offering a good deal for both Britain and the EU.

Former Cabinet ministers Amber Rudd and Damian Green, who are Theresa May loyalists and desperate to prop her up against rampant Brexiteers.

Tories in the Brexit Delivery Group of backbench MPs, which is determined to get to exit day without tearing the Conservative Party apart.

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