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EU says preparations needed to avoid Brexit no-deal ‘meltdown’ amid fears of UK government ‘volatility’ 

Brexit contingency plans are needed to prevent a “complete meltdown” if talks with the UK fail to reach agreement by October, Brussels has warned.

The European Commission on Thursday sent all member states guidelines on how to prepare for negotiations failing, while senior EU officials warned that the “volatile” political situation in the UK made the outcome of talks hard to predict.

“We need to prepare for all scenarios,” the official document says, warning of potential major disruption for citizens living abroad, for goods and people trying to cross borders, as well as for businesses and consumers.

 

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