About the helmet: preparing for the no-deal, leaving the European Union without agreement, is now the priority of the British government. Off to a hard divorce: he writes in the Sunday Times Michael Gove, which Boris Johnson put at the head of the Hard Brexit team. On the helm, outside the palanques: here is the new finance minister Sajid Javid writing in the Daily Telegraph that extra funds are ready for 500 new border police officers. While his predecessor Philip Hammond, reveals the Observer, has already met privately with the opposition anti-Brexit general, Sir Keir Starmer, to test the defenses in Parliament of no-deal troops. With the Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn, who raises the appeal for a new referendum from Sky, fielding the party on Restare in the event of failure to reach an agreement with Brussels.