THE EU has laid out it’s no-deal Brexit contingency plan it hopes will allow planes to keep flying and fishing to continue after December 31.
With hopes of a trade deal fading after Boris Johnson and Ursula Von Der Leyen ended talks without agreement last night, the EU has for the first time made clear exactly what no-deal would look like their end.
The EU’s short-term contingency plan includes new regulations to allow a six-month period to “ensure the provision of certain air services” between the UK and EU and for road freight and passenger transport to continue,
Hopes of a deal now rest on UK and EU negotiators somehow breaking the deadlock before Sunday – the date both parties have agreed marks the final deadline for an agreement to be reached.
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