A no deal Brexit means the UK would leave the European Union (EU) immediately on March 29, 2019, and there would be no agreement in place about what their relationship would be in the future. Prime Minister Theresa May has brokered a proposed withdrawal agreement – not yet a deal – but it’s unpopular with almost everyone in the House of Commons and it is very unlikely it will be passed when MPs come to vote on it on January 14. It looks like there is a good chance the UK will be leaving the EU with no deal in place so the Mirror has looked through the government’s documents revealing 21 ways a No Deal Brexit is likely to affect you. 1. You need to renew your passport early At the moment, British citizens can enter ‘Schengen area’ countries with a valid passport even if they only have a day left before they expire. But in a no deal Brexit, after 29 March 2019 you may not be able to travel to these countries if you have less than six months left on your passport. The government is advising travellers – children AND adults – to renew any passports… Read full this story
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