- Government publishes Brexit readiness report to inform businesses and citizens on what they need to do to get ready for Brexit on 31 October
- Additional funding, extra resources and more practical support will help ensure the smooth flow of goods in and out of the EU
- Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster says it is “time for the UK to look forward to the future with certainty and confidence”
Preparations to ensure that the UK is ready for Brexit on 31 October will be set out in a paper published today by the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Michael Gove.
The Government has put forward serious and reasonable proposals to the EU and continues to work at pace to secure a deal, but this will require movement from the EU. If we leave without a deal, the Brexit readiness report includes details of the Government’s work to make sure that citizens and businesses are ready for Brexit on 31 October.