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What could happen if the EU and UK negotiators do not agree a withdrawal agreement in time and the UK has to leave the EU on 29 March 2019 without one, and with no framework for future relations either?

The briefing paper looks at how such a situation might come about, the constitutional implications for the UK and the devolved administrations, and what the impact might be in a range of policy areas, including: the economy; trade and customs; the border on the island of Ireland; free movement; food supply; internal security; and energy.  To access the paper in full, click here.