Research by YouGov has revealed that just a quarter of people see No Deal Brexit as positive, with twice as many (50%) seeing it as negative.
Charles Grant, director of the Centre for European Reform, said another country would have left Europe by now even if Brexit hadn't happened.
The Sun reported that sources within the haulage industry said they could have to fill out a 38-question form on their load each time they cross the Channel, or face a fine.
Britain is unprepared for a no-deal Brexit because the Government thinks spending money on something that might not happen would be more unpopular than the fallout from a chaotic exit, a civil servant has revealed. The official, who chose to remain anonymous, unveiled a damning picture of the UK’s readiness to leave without a deal in The Guardian. The civil servant said that Operation Yellowhammer, the official Government term for no deal preparations, ‘hasn’t really got going yet’, despite the UK being set to leave the EU in less than 60 days.
Mumsnet users are openly discussing stockpiling food, medicines and cleaning products in preparation for a no-deal Brexit. Mothers are voicing their concerns about shortages if the UK leaves the EU without a deal in a thread on the popular parenting site and sharing advice on how they are preparing for the eventuality. At the weekend a former advisor to Environment Secretary Michael Gove warned that certain foods could run out in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Michael Gove has said a 'no deal' Brexit could see food prices rise as farmers are faced with a 'grim inescable' reality of higher costs.
Security Minister Ben Wallace was expected to tell law enforcement and security leaders that Theresa May's Brexit deal is necessary to "keep everyone safe".
More than 70 business leaders have signed a letter published in the Sunday Times called for a second Brexit referendum.
Today’s National Audit Office (NAO) report on no-deal preparation reads like a horror story. Reading the report is like watching the 18-rated version of a movie which the government had tried to bring out as a 12A with its impact statements over the summer. The delays in negotiations, and the ongoing uncertainty about whether we’d be able to agree on a deal at all, have meant that government departments - including Border Force, HMRC, Defra and the Department for Transport - have been unable to plan, because they don’t know what they’re planning for or when it’ll happen.
Households in Northern Ireland could be hit by electricity blackouts if there’s a no-deal Brexit, the UK government said on Friday.