Second set of no-deal Brexit documents published

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Labour Party lawmaker Jo Stevens, a supporter of the anti-Brexit group Best for Britain, said "it is deeply worrying that the United Kingdom will be shut out of some of the most cutting-edge research in the world".

Traders say many investors are reluctant to take out big directional bets on sterling because of the uncertainty about where the Brexit negotiations are headed.

British businesses, for example, would have to rush to ensure they could still receive personal data about European customers, while many manufacturers would need to have their exported products retested by EU safety regulators.

Still, there's not really time to negotiate the UK's exit of the European Union now either, so maybe everyone will eventually decide that some sort of extension is required whatever their preferred outcome of all this might be.

The latest tranche of no-deal Brexit papers have been released by the United Kingdom government.

Mr Raab told Laura Kuenssberg Cabinet ministers earlier spent three hours examining "all the plans across government to make sure we can manage, mitigate or avoid the risk of a no-deal scenario".

Irish citizens (document here) - British and Irish citizens can continue to travel freely between Britain and Ireland without seeking immigration permission.

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- The UK Government will guarantee funding for all projects receiving grants from the EU's Regional Development Fund. She wants to demonstrate to both the country and her European Union counterparts that Britain is prepared in the event the talks break down, but she also needs to underline that "no deal" isn't a desirable option.

The government is advising British drivers that they may need to get an International Driving Permit, which they would have to carry alongside their United Kingdom licence, to keep driving in the EU.

The Brexit Secretary insisted the government "would not pay the terms of the financial settlement" if talks failed. There were warnings of extra paperwork at borders and extra credit card charges for Britons visiting the EU.

The Confederation of British Industry said the notices showed the extent of disruption consumers can expect if "ideology wins over evidence".

GettyTheresa May revealed the latest set of warnings about a no-deal Brexit.

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