‘No-deal’ Brexit would complicate driving, data and roaming, UK says

LONDON (Reuters) - Leaving the European Union without a divorce deal could increase Britons' mobile phone roaming charges, upset data sharing and force motorists to get an international licence to drive in Europe, the government said on Thursday. Recent signals from Brussels have buoyed hopes that the United Kingdom and the EU can agree and approve a proper divorce agreement before the UK leaves on March 29, though the sides are still divided on about one fifth of the detail of a deal.