31 October 2019
"Chief negotiator says no-deal could happen in March 2020 or December 2020 as things stand. (...)"
No-deal Brexit still possible, EU's Michel Barnier warns (Independent, link):
"Mr Barnier said a no-deal exit could happen at the end of January, if the newly elected UK parliament failed to ratify Mr Johnson’s deal and there was no further call for an Article 50 extension.
He also highlighted that a no-deal could happen at the end of 2020 if the UK government did not agree to extend the transition period and no free trade agreement (FTA) had been struck by then."
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