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Theresa May to appoint ‘Cabinet minister for no deal’ to prepare for unsuccessful Brexit negotiations. Prime Minister Theresa May is set to appoint a ‘Cabinet minister for no deal’

just in case Brexit negotiations are unsuccessful. They are likely to join Brexit Secretary David Davis in the Department for Exiting the European Union. The role of the new

minister would be to provide the Prime Minister with updates on preparations if the UK is to leave the EU without negotiating a trade deal. According to the Daily Telegraph, they

would not be a secretary of state but would attend Cabinet meetings.

Theresa,May,to,appoint,’Cabinet,minister,for,no,deal’,Theresa May to appoint ‘Cabinet minister for no deal’