The prospects of No-Deal Brexit is at the core of the political crisis and all the brexit news.
Rebel Conservative MPs are set to join forces with opposition parties on Tuesday to try to stop a no-deal Brexit on October 31.
The Tory leadership has told Conservative MPs that they will be kicked out of the party if they vote with the opposition to block a no-deal BREXIT.
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Earlier in August, opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn, announced his plans to planning to oust the incumbent PM, Boris Johnson with a vote of no confidence backed by a MPs coalition including rebel Tories. After intense negotiations, Labour Party has agreed to post pone a vote of no confidence in favor of legislation to avoid No-Deal Brexit.
British Government has launched campaigns to prepare everyone for a no deal brexit and multiple contingency plans have been drafted.
Also, there should be mentioned that according to a recent Govt analysis suggests there may be up to 2 days delays at Dover in event of no-deal departure.
On the other hand the Department of Transport announced “investing £30m at maritime ports to ensure businesses and consumers will continue to receive the goods they need after #Brexit – ensuring we’re ready to leave the EU on Oct 31st.”
Also the Department for International Trade have produced country by country guides for how UK businesses can trade in services to other EU countries in the event of a no-deal.
There are also reports of the sterling (GBP) will lose even more value in the eventuality of a No Deal. According to Lord Kerslake, the former head of the UK civil service, in an intervention for Business Insider, the pound could hit reach parity with the dollar in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
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