Licences, passports and phone bills among topics explored in fresh batch of papers released on Thursday

The impact that a no-deal Brexit could have on driving licences, passports and phone bills will be spelled out by the government as ministers release a batch of papers on Thursday warning of the risks of crashing out of the European Union.

A sudden exit from the EU would mean that the mutual recognition of driving licences would automatically end, creating a headache for the 11,600 lorry drivers who cross the channel each day as well as car-driving tourists.

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