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The reality of No Deal, part one: what happens to our data?

Some of the problems caused by leaving the EU without a deal are well-known—others less so. We explore some of the issues you won't have heard of in our new series

By Steve Bloomfield  

Jacob Rees-Mogg at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester. Photo: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire/PA Images

John Redwood is “quite relaxed” about Britain leaving the European Union without a deal. Julian Lewis believes “we should call their bluff.” Jacob Rees-Mogg claims if “we leave without a deal we don’t owe anything.”

Redwood and friends might be quite relaxed, but others are less sanguine. Some of the problems caused by leaving without a deal are now well-known, from the price of cars rising by 10…

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