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Brexit planning: What you'll need to do if there's no deal

Be prepared: Your driving licence could invalid and your passport out of date. Photo: Deposit photos

Published: 13.Sep.2018 16:26 hrs

The British government released another 28 "technical notices" on Thursday to help UK citizens prepare for life in the event that UK crashes out of Europe without reaching a deal with Brussels. Here's what you need to be prepared for.

The 28 technical notices were published on Thursday afternoon after a long meeting between British Prime Minister Theresa May and her cabinet to discuss Brexit.

The government insists it is still likely to reach a deal with Brussels that will allow for most things – including the rules around driving licences and passports, to continue as they were before.

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