British companies excluded from EU Galileo space project if no-deal Brexit

The EU scrapped data roaming charges in 2017

The EU scrapped data roaming charges in 2017STEVE PARSONS PA

A no-deal Brexit would invalidate British drivers' licences in the European Union, force some British travellers to renew their passports and could see a return to expensive charges for using your mobile phone in Europe, the government has admitted.

Earlier this week, sterling surged against the dollar and euro after the EU's chief negotiator said a Brexit deal was possible by November if negotiators were realistic in their demands. In a "no-deal scenario", type approvals issued in the United Kingdom would no longer be recognised by the EU, while European type approvals would no longer be valid in the UK.

Regarding the EU Earth observation programme Copernicus, the papers said that in a no-deal scenario, the United Kingdom will no longer be able to participate in it or have a role in how it is run.

"Chequers is a dying duck in a thunderstorm, if not a dead duck", Mr Rees-Mogg said on Wednesday in an interview with Channel 4 News. That means any objections within her own party threaten to scupper her plans.

Mobile phone roaming charges, environmental and vehicle standards will be among the topics covered by the technical notices, the government's Brexit department said in a statement.

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The cabinet will also discuss the work its sub-committees on civil contingencies have been examining.

The British Chambers of Commerce welcomed the notices as providing more clarity but said businesses needed more precision from government in order to plan for a no-deal Brexit.

"There's no deal without the whole deal", he wrote.

The release came three weeks after an initial set of 24 papers was released by the Government, with reportedly more than 80 earmarked for publication before the end of September.

Britons visiting the European Union could be hit with mobile phone roaming charges in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

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For the public, Thursday's notices covered more mundane issues; the government said British drivers might need to obtain an worldwide driving permit to drive in the EU.

Robert Hannigan, former director of Britain's GCHQ intelligence agency, said Wednesday that a hard border would lead to a rise in smuggling, increase tensions between Irish nationalists and pro-British unionists and "fray around the edges of the peace process".

A first batch released last month revealed Britons could be liable for higher credit card charges in the case of a no-deal Brexit on 29 March 2019.

The Co-Operative, Britain's sixth-largest supermarket group, said it could not guarantee shortages of some food products would be avoided in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

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