This report from the UK think tank the Institute for Government looks at what the Prime Minister will need to do to prepare for no deal, and what he would have to do if it were to happen.
With the new Prime Minister committing to leave by 31 October “no ifs and no buts”, and the existing barriers to a deal with the EU remaining unchanged, the prospect of a no deal exit is rising. A new paper from the Institute for Government looks at what the Prime Minister will need to do in the next 94 days to prepare for no deal, and what he will have to do after 31 October if the UK has left the EU without a deal. It argues it could leave very little space for an ambitious domestic agenda. But the paper argues that a no deal Brexit would not be a clean break but would dominate government for years to come.Read Full Report