The British government released a number of documents Thursday to help businesses, hospitals, banks and citizens prepare for Brexit if no deal is struck with the European Union.
Negotiations on how a post-Brexit relationship between the E.U. and U.K. would look have yet to produce a deal, even though the U.K. is set to leave the bloc in March.
The documents, the first of many, cover a variety of things, from how to handle nuclear waste to how to label tobacco products and organic food. Border security and travel are also a concern.
Most notable, however, is the projected impact on Britain's economy in a no-deal scenario. The documents predict, and attempt to lay out plans to deal with, possible credit card surcharges, loss of bank and pension access, and even a shortage of medicine.