A woman has called her husband "mad" after he spent more than £600 on a shop in preparation for a no-deal Brexit.
An immigration lawyer has said that “no one trusts politicians” and suggested it was a reason why over 3.5 million Brits tried to renew their travel documents causing the UK Passport Office website to crash.
Sammy Wilson, the DUP’s Brexit spokesman has accused the head of Northern Ireland’s civil service of being “politically motivated” after he warned against no-deal Brexit.
Chris Grayling has insisted the Government thought it was worth taking a "risk" over Brexit ferry contracts after brushing aside calls to resign as Transport Secretary.
The Liberal Democrat Brexit spokesman has nicknamed the transport secretary “Failing Grayling”, after his no-deal Brexit ferry contracts cost taxpayers £33million.
Television adverts explaining the implications of a no-deal Brexit are to be aired, the head of the Civil Service has revealed.
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown has described the UK as “almost in the worst crisis since the Second World War”, after Theresa May announced MPs will be able to have a fresh vote on the Brexit deal by 12 March.
James Cleverly, Deputy Chair of the Conservative Party has said that leaving the European Union without a deal would “make business harder”, but that he still thought a deal was “the most likely option”.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has attacked Chris Grayling over the ‘fiasco’ of having to cancel a no-deal Brexit ferry contract with a company that it did not have any boats.
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Transport Secretary Chris Grayling's decision to award contracts to three ferry companies, including one with no ships, under no-deal Brexit plans, is being challenged at the High Court.
Former Attorney General Dominic Grieve has that he would "refuse" to be part of a government that was elected to take the UK out of the European Union without a deal.
The chairman of the port of Calais has said he does not want to see Transport Secretary Chris Grayling again.
Sammy Wilson, DUP’s Brexit spokesman has said that “there is absolutely no reason that leaving the EU should take us back” to the Troubles in Northern Ireland.
John Longworth, chairman of Leave Means Leave has said that leaving the European Union without a deal would be “very good for the many, not the few”.
Tom Brake, Liberal Democrat Brexit spokesman has described the Government support for the Brady amendment as “bizarre”.
MPs have approved Conservative MP Sir Graham Brady's Brexit amendment, which aims to replace the Northern Ireland backstop with "alternative arrangements".
The chief executive of Airbus branded the Government’s handling of Brexit as a “disgrace” on Thursday, and warned that the company would move outside of the UK if its ability to compete on the global stage was damaged by a no-deal Brexit.
UK’s largest supplier of insulin has warned that new shipping routes will be needed as an alternative to Dover, if the Government wants medicine stockpiles to be maintained in the case of no-deal Brexit.
Pets at Home announced on Tuesday it will spend up to £8million on stockpiling on pet food and products to prepare for the possibility of a no-deal Brexit.
Pets at Home is to spend up to £8 million stockpiling pet food and products as it becomes the latest business to step up plans for a no-deal Brexit.
Labour MP Darren Jones has said that it is “embarrassing” that Labour is behind the Conservatives in the polls, when the government is “falling apart at the seams”.
Conservative MP Owen Paterson has said that the political establishment “will do anything they possibly can to frustrate” Brexit, adding that “the latest manifestation” was the “hysterical campaign” against leaving with no deal.
Alan Johnson, a former Labour Foreign Secretary has said that if he was still an MP he would have voted for Theresa May’s deal, and described the Labour MPs who did as “brave”.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said that the party will not support no-deal Brexit, after MP David Lammy asked him to rule out the option during the leader’s motion of no confidence.
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has said that the “whole world” hopes that the UK will avoid a no-deal Brexit.
Eurotunnel has accused the Government of "distortionary and anti-competitive" behaviour over the award of contracts worth more than £100 million to provide additional cross-Channel capacity in the case of a no-deal Brexit.
Prime Minister Theresa May has suffered a defeat in the House of Commons on Tuesday afternoon over the government’s no-deal Brexit powers, as MPs vote in favour of amendment to Finance Bill.
A Government department has spent more than £100 million on ferries to ease potential problems in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Former Conservative chancellor George Osborne has launched a scathing attack on the party, warning it faces a prolonged period in opposition "unless it engages more with modern Britain" and changes direction on Brexit.
JCB chairman, Lord Anthony Bamford, has said that trading on Word Trading Organisation terms is “nothing to fear” if the UK left the European Union without a deal.
Lord Digby Jones has said that the “uncertainty” throughout the Brexit negotiations is what has “killed” business, and other areas of the UK.
The European Commission has begun plans to protect EU citizens and businesses from "major disruption" if the UK leaves without a deal on March 29.
Institute of Economic Affairs' Shanker Singham has said that “no-deal is what happens when things go wrong” but that the UK must still “prepare for it”.
Almost 750,000 jobs could be lost if the UK leaves the EU without a deal in place, including many in the constituencies of Cabinet members, a new study suggests.
The NHS will need to start implementing some emergency preparations before Christmas if there is a no-deal Brexit, in order to be ready for leaving the European Union in March, MPs have been warned.
Labour MP Ben Bradshaw has said that there are only two options for leaving the European Union; the Prime Minister’s deal or no Brexit, because MPs will stop the “catastrophe” of a no deal Brexit.
British citizens travelling to EU nations after Brexit should not have to get a visa, even if Britain leaves without a deal, the European Commission has said.
The Government has been warned against turning Kent into the “parking lot of England”, over concerns about using a motorway as a holding area in the case of a no deal Brexit.
“Big issues” remain to be resolved on the UK’s EU withdrawal agreement ahead of next week’s Brussels summit, Prime Minister Theresa May’s official spokesman has said.
Angela Merkel has urged the UK to come to the negotiations with a “different, sensible” Brexit plan as she dismissed Theresa May’s Chequers proposal.
Labour is not trying to “frustrate” the process of leaving the European Union despite keeping open the option of a referendum on remaining in the EU, the Shadow Brexit Secretary has said.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon described Theresa May's statement on Friday as "dreadful" as she branded the Chequers proposals a "dead duck".
Prime Minister Theresa May has said that “no deal is better than a bad deal” but that the “best outcome” was to leave with a deal.
A no-deal Brexit would cost car manufacturer Honda tens of millions of pounds, the company’s European boss has warned.
The senior civil servant running Northern Ireland’s public services has said that the region could collapse if there was a no deal Brexit.
France has issued a warning that trains and planes from the UK could be turned back following a no-deal Brexit unless there are proper preparations in place.
No-deal preparations risk becoming a self-fulfilling prophecy, Scottish Brexit Minister Michael Russell has said.
Prime Minister Theresa May has said that a no-deal Brexit “would not be the end of the world’ and that the government was putting preparations in place to make it a success.
The Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has warned that the possibility of a no-deal Brexit is “uncomfortably high” and will lead to higher prices, as Prime Minister Theresa May cuts short her holiday to try and gain support for her Brexit plan.
MP John Redwood says the gloomy forecasts published before the referendum were wrong and Rand Corporation's is too