By Andy Bruce
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain will publish a second set of documents on Thursday giving advice to the public and businesses on how to deal with interruptions in the event that the country leaves the European Union l & # 39; # 39; next year without any agreement on future reports
The recent signals from Brussels have indicated the renewed confidence that Britain and the EU can agree an agreement to govern trade relations after Brexit, abruptly sending the pound sterling against other currencies in the last couple of weeks.
Still, with the release date of March 29, the divorce agreement has yet to be finalized and the possibility of a "no deal Brexit" – that most economists think may damage the British economy – remains.
The new technical communications will be published Thursday after "The Department for the exit from the European Union said."
"Six months before the departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union, we are intensifying the preparations" without agreements "so that Britain can continue to thrive, regardless of the outcome of the negotiations," said the Minister of Brexit Dominic Raab. "These technical notices are an integral part of our sensitive and pragmatic approach to the preparation of all results."
Last month, the government published 25 of these documents out of a total of over 80, which detailed tariffs, financial services, state aid and pharmaceuticals would work if Britain withdrew without a divorce agreement.
At the beginning of this month, a survey by Reuters economists indicated one in four possibilities of a "no deal" Brexit. [ECILT/GB]
MPs who support Brexit in the Conservative Party of Prime Minister Theresa May have publicly promised support for her on Wednesday after the media reported a plot to drive her away from the dissatisfied dissatisfied with her proposals for exit from the EU.
for free trade in goods with the EU, with Great Britain accepting a "common regulation" applicable to such goods.
"Getting a deal with the European Union is still by far the most likely outcome," said Raab, adding that he will continue to support Checkers' proposals with Brexit's negotiator, Michel Barnier "as the way best to ensure the deep and special partnership we want with the EU ".
(edited by David Stamp)