'No deal' risks major disruption across green economy, DExEU documents confirm

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DExEU Secretary Dominic Raab | Credit: Chris Andrews
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DExEU Secretary Dominic Raab | Credit: Chris Andrews

The publication of the government's no deal plans have confirmed that without a Brexit deal the UK's green economy faces massive disruption and significant long term risks

The government's much anticipated 'technical notices' detailing how it intends to cope with any failure to secure a Brexit agreement with the EU have today sparked alarms across the green economy, raising...

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