Theresa May will today put Cabinet ministers on notice that no-deal Brexit plans will have to be activated in November if agreement is not reached with the EU.

According to Daily Mail Online, The PM will spell out the timeline at a special Cabinet meeting to consider the consequences of a failure in negotiations with Brussels.

The gathering comes as ministers are set to unveil another tranche of papers on the preparations for the UK crashing out of the bloc.

The documents will confirm that drivers would need a new international licence to use their cars on the continent.

Britons with less than six months to run on their passports would also have to renew before travelling to the EU.

But the government will also reveal some good news – declaring that mobile phone companies have agreed there will be no extra roaming charges.