Saying that it had opted to make contingency plans in the financial services, air transport, and customs sectors, the European Commission announced on December 19 that it has drawn up an emergency backup plan in the event that a no-deal cannot be finalised with the United Kingdom over the latter's withdrawal from the bloc in March of next year.

The plan that comes 100 days ahead of the divorce - known commonly as Brexit - with the United Kingdom and consists of 14 measures concerning "a limit...


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