Britain under 'no-deal': A far cry from 'less red tape'

By Lewis Goodall, political correspondent
Remember when a no-deal Brexit was all but impossible?
Well, now the government is actively planning for it - spending €3bn to do so and employing thousands of civil service into the bargain.Today we saw the fruit of their labours unveiled by Brexit minister Dominic Raab: The first tranche of no-deal preparation documents, a vision of what a no-deal Britain would look like.
To be clear, a "no-deal" would leave us with less market access and more economically and politically adrift from the EU than Iceland, Ukraine, South Korea or Japan. The government still says it does not think it is likely.Here, we've trawled through the documents to highlight the key parts and reveal five things we've learnt about a no-deal Britain.
Britain under 'no-deal': A far cry from 'less red tape'

Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab unveiled the no deal papers
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