TOURISTS who want to go to Europe after Brexit have to plan their holidays three months in advance, ministers will warn.
Anyone who wants to drive in the EU or takes his pet to the continent in case we do not get a deal with the block, must request special permits beforehand. That will be the new No Deal preparation papers tomorrow.
Brexit boss Dominic Raab will unveil a new set of papers to prepare Britons and companies for No Deal on Monday.
The latest set of warnings said that with just under a year in their passport, the British have to renew it or run the risk of being unable to travel.
But now, ministers are concerned that reporting dogs, cats and ferrets to the public by January will rage the public, the Sunday Times reported.
Holidaymakers who want to drive to France or rent a car in the EU have to request a green card in advance for their vehicle, the newspaper has been added.
Meanwhile, most people think that the Brussels negotiators are out to punish Britain because they dare to leave, according to the new poll today.
One in four says that the prime minister should no longer make any concessions – and should take Great Britain out without closing a deal.
But around the same number Brexit wants to leave completely, exclusive polling for the sun on Sunday shows.
Last night, Nigel Farage said that No Deal would not be a problem for Britain at all.
The former Ukip boss described EU leaders as "a bunch of gangsters" and added: "We will explain that a free trade agreement is possible, if that is what the gangsters want in Brussels.
"If they do not, that's fine, if they do not, we'll leave without an appointment, no deal, no problem."
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The series of announcements is intended to increase the position of Theresa May in Brexit talks – by proving that we can be ready for No Deal with the EU.
The latest documents, which were released earlier this month, revealed:
- Britons would have to buy a new £ 5.50 "international driving license" if they want to drive in the EU
- Ministers have signed a deal with mobile companies to ensure that they do not introduce huge roaming fees
- Exporters may need a new license to sell their goods to Europe
- Britain would lose access to the EU's space surveillance and tracking service, which, among other things, warns Member States at an early stage for satellites and other space debris falling to Earth
- Irish citizens can settle in Britain regardless of whether we have a Brexit deal and traveling between the UK and Ireland remains completely open
- Post-Brexit new blue passports will be rolled out at the end of next year