Britain and European Union "closing in" on a Brexit agreement, Raab says

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They also warn that if negotiations with Brussels fail ex-pats might be forced to retake driving tests after March next year, as their United Kingdom ones will no longer be valid. If it comes from the programme's own Sentinel satellites it will remain freely available as it is covered by an open data policy.

"On the other hand, the technical paper at least clarifies that claimants pursuing claims for damages in United Kingdom courts, based on decisions of the European Commission or member state competition authorities that are made before Brexit, will be able to bring those claims in United Kingdom courts", Davis said.

Mobile phone roaming charges, environmental and vehicle standards will be among the topics covered by the "technical notices".

United Kingdom firms now working on the EU's Galileo satellite navigation system could be cut out of existing contracts under a no-deal Brexit, Government technical papers say.

For the public, Thursday's notices covered more mundane issues; the government said British drivers might need to obtain an global driving permit to drive in the EU.

A new study Friday suggested that Brexit will threaten peace in Northern Ireland as well as disrupt cross-border cooperation and create potentially lethal divides between British and Irish people in Northern Ireland. But the European Union regulation banning them will not automatically be part of United Kingdom law after Brexit on 29 March next year.

Raab said it may take time to work out how much Britain would need to pay if London and Brussels failed to reach agreement on Britain's exit from the EU.

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The Confederation of British Industry said the notices showed the extent of disruption consumers can expect if "ideology wins over evidence".

CBI Director General Carolyn Fairbairn said the government's latest planning papers "make clear firms would be hit with a sledgehammer in the event of no-deal".

"It also begs the question of how this will be enforced and raises legitimate concerns over lengthy border delays if permits are to be checked".

Motorists will be able to apply for both types at 2,500 Post Office branches across the UK. "So I think it needs to be ruled out".

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