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Ireland insists the new EU-UK land border will remain open even under no deal, though the EU will want to protect its single market and customs union.
The government in Dublin will need to decide how to reconcile its obligations to the EU with its pledge not to introduce a hard border. Our overall Brexit Guide explains the controversial backstop plan in the negotiated Withdrawal Agreement, while another backstop explainer considers Boris Johnson's opposition to it. Other explainers look at the historical context , and possible technological solutions and other alternative arrangements for the border. It does not cover issues such as cooperation on security, crime and terrorism.
However, a British government paper published when Theresa May was in office makes it clear that the UK would no longer have a formal relationship with Europol, and would no longer be part of existing systems on data-sharing, extradition, and co-operating to fight money-laundering and terrorist financing. The UK's then security minister warned that both sides would be put at greater risk. For scientific research , the British government has guaranteed funding for UK competitive bids for EU projects submitted before Brexit. But there is uncertainty over future partnerships beyond Horizon , the EU research and innovation programme, when it ends next year.
The government says it wants talks with the EU to ensure the UK can continue taking part in programmes as a third country.
The May government also published a series of papers giving advice to British citizens and businesses on the consequences of no-deal and how to prepare. It confirms that there would be no agreement on applying arrangements set out in the exit deal. In August , after the Bank of England lowered its growth forecast for the UK post-Brexit, its governor Mark Carney warned that in the event of no deal the economy would suffer an instant hit, prices would rise and the pound would fall, and even large profitable industries would become "uneconomic".
Government documents published in September, based on the government's preparations for a no-deal Brexit and codenamed " Operation Yellowhammer ", contained warnings of possible food, medicine and fuel shortages in a "worst case" scenario. In April a leaked letter by the government's most senior civil servant warned of an economic recession, food price rises, a severe impact on Britain's security services, police forces and legal system, and a return to direct rule by the UK government in Northern Ireland.
In June, the same civil servant, Sir Mark Sedwill, said government and public services were in " pretty good shape " to cope with a no-deal Brexit at the end of October. He added that in the private sector the level of preparedness varied from sector to sector. According to various reports in June — based on a leaked Cabinet document , the Institute for Government and other assessments — the UK was far from prepared for a no-deal Brexit.