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Brexit: Flights 'at risk' under no-deal, government warns

BBC News Monday, 24 September 2018
Brexit: Flights 'at risk' under no-deal, government warnsGovernment papers warn airlines would lose automatic rights to fly from UK to EU without an agreement.
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News video: No-Deal Brexit Causes Chaos

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The latest tranche of no-deal Brexit papers has been released by the UK government. They reveal that flights between Europe and the UK could be grounded. Business Insider reports many British lorries would be barred from entering Europe. Food producers would have to make costly changes to all labels.

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