The Government has already published more than 50 technical notices on planning for what it calls the unlikely event of the UK leaving the EU in March next year with no deal (see “Expect the best, prepare for the worst” and “No deal Brexit — part two”).

Now a further batch of 28 notices has been released covering what are generally recognised to be the areas where particular problems could arise in the event of the Government failing to reach agreement with the EU — such as aviation and international road haulage.

Given that no deal remains a possibility, possibly even more so after the recent Salzburg summit, the Government argues that it has a duty to ensure that individuals and businesses are as well prepared as possible for what would result if no deal can be agreed.

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