DOVER, ENGLAND - MARCH 13: The White Cliffs of Dover are pictured from a cross channel ferry on March 13, 2017 in Dover, England. The White Cliffs of Dover are identified as a British Icon and as they face towards Europe at the narrowest part of the English Channel they became a symbol of home and war time defence during the World War II. As early as Tuesday this week the British Prime Minister could trigger Article 50, the part of European Union Law that sets out the process by which a member state can leave the Union, ending the UK and EU's 40 year relationship. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)
Whether you see it as a cliff edge or an opportunity, no-deal Brexit is on its way and will profoundly impact all of our lives. So our writers and contributors are looking ahead at how it could play out. Their discoveries will be regularly updated on this page, so if you want to Know Your No Deal, bookmark it and click on the pieces below:
Does the British public want a no-deal Brexit?
By Joe Twyman, a pollster at Deltapoll
The polling that shows why Boris Johnson’s no-deal Brexit strategy is a major risk
By Anand Menon, director of the UK in a Changing Europe, and Alan Wager, researcher at the UK in a Changing Europe
“Music venues rely on free movement”: Will a no-deal Brexit affect your favourite bands?
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By Ellen Peirson-Hagger, the
New Statesman‘s culture assistant
“Stockpiling is not good for society”: Will a no deal Brexit mean medicine shortages?
By Anoosh Chakelian, the
New Statesman‘s senior writer
As a heart transplant patient, I fear no-deal Brexit is truly “do or die”
By Joshua Murray-Nevill
Antibiotic apocalypse: will a no-deal Brexit affect our health?
By Hettie O’Brien, the
New Statesman‘s online editor
Would a no-deal Brexit cause a recession?
By Arno Hantzsche and Garry Young, economists at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research
How bad would a no-deal Brexit be for the economy?
By Jonathan Portes, professor of economics and public policy, King’s College
What happens to the pound after no-deal Brexit?
By Grace Blakeley, the
New Statesman‘s economics commentator
From multicultural to medieval: could a no-deal Brexit change our food culture?
By Emily Bootle, the
New Statesman‘s editorial assistant
Why experts think food shortages are coming in a no-deal Brexit
By Indra Warnes, the
New Statesman‘s subeditor
What is the New Statesman team stockpiling ahead of a no-deal Brexit?
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Would a no-deal Brexit crash the housing market?
By Will Dunn, the
New Statesman‘s managing editor
Will a no-deal Brexit lead to mass culling of sheep?
By Will Dunn
“Just another item on our to-do list”: The popcorn maker’s Brexit business diary
By Adam Sopher, a director and co-founder of Joe & Seph’s gourmet popcorn
“Maximum change scenario”: The biotech company’s Brexit business diary
By Peter Rory Hall, on a work experience placement with the
What happens to the Brexpats in a no-deal Brexit?
By Samuel Kerr, the
New Statesman‘s events programmer
How will a no-deal Brexit affect Brits travelling to Europe?
By Indra Warnes,
New Statesman sub-editor and writer
Would no-deal Brexit lead to a rise in hate crime?
By Hugo Lucas, senior policy officer at Protection Approaches