The British government has updated its guide to a possible hard Brexit. The London-based ministry responsible for leaving the EU has issued another 28 recommendations to citizens if negotiations with the European Union fail. Both the EU and the UK have been preparing for this no-deal scenario for months. There is not much time left for them: Great Britain wants to resign in less than half a year, an agreement is currently considered unlikely.
By the end of August, the British government had already had a first part of the
Guide published for a tough Brexit. Until the end of September
This guideline is to provide a total of around 80 recommendations for private and business users
Business people to be finished. The new recommendations relate, inter alia, to the validity of British driving licenses, mobile tariffs, emission rules and the import and export of goods.
For example, the British authorities warn that British driving licenses could no longer be valid on the continent. Their owners would either have to retrain or get an international driver's license. Conversely, EU citizens can continue their national driving license on the island. Brits also threaten high travel costs when traveling. While EU citizens now lose roaming fees in other EU countries, it could become expensive again for the British after Brexit. This could be a particular annoyance for northern Irish neighbors if their local provider sends a weaker signal than an EU foreign provider.
Evidence of the "extent of the disturbances" In the paper of the government in London is among other things the
particularly controversial issue of the future Border traffic between
Kingdom of the Kingdom of Northern Ireland and the EU member
Ireland picked up. According to Irish citizens in
Trap of a no deal as before to enter the UK
and allowed to stay there. Routine border checks when traveling
there should not be any between the neighbors.
CBI president Carolyn Fairbairn said the recommendations are a testament to the "scale of disruption" that citizens and businesses would face. She called on all sides to reach an agreement and avoid a hard Brexit.
The London government must conclude negotiations with the EU representatives until the EU summit in October. According to this, only a few months remain for the ratification of the withdrawal agreement by the parliaments of both sides. The withdrawal is scheduled for March 29, 2019. In a tough Brexit, ie an exit without an agreement with the EU, from this date the usual rules of the World Trade Organization, including numerous border and customs restrictions on trade with the EU, apply to Great Britain.