Without a deal, hundreds of agreements governing the way businesses operate and trade will be void.
"We have agreed that we need to step up the intensity of the negotiations", he added.
After more than 40 years in the EU, Britain is having to set out its plans for every aspect of life.
However, the government's guidance makes it clear that companies trading with Europe would face new paperwork to cover customs and safety declarations in the event of no deal, paperwork that is now not required.
Some diplomats told Reuters the process could even slip into December, leaving little time for ratification of an agreement before Britain becomes the first country ever to leave the bloc in March 2019. "My phone has not stopped". The government must continue to come clean about these plans so that firms are truly in the know when making their own preparations.
Supporters of Brexit say there may be some short-term pain for the economy, but that long term, it would prosper when cut free from the EU. "And that's why everybody, in particular economic operators, needs to be prepared".
This is one of the most vulnerable areas of trade due to the uncertainty about how drug oversight will function if Britain leaves the pan-European medicines regulatory system abruptly.
He cited pharmaceuticals, saying Britain would recognise batch-tested medicines produced in the EU.
In many cases the papers show that United Kingdom businesses would face an immediate barrage of new regulations and red tape because the United Kingdom would be outside the EU's customs union and single market, which allows for the free movement of goods, services and people among member states.
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The government will also announce that British citizens who have lived and worked overseas risk losing access to their pensions, the Sun newspaper reported.
That was followed by a backlash from political opponents who said it depicted a government in chaos.
The furore underlines the fragility of May's position, heading into the final phase of negotiations without unity in her party, a clear consensus in parliament on what type of exit Britain should seek and persistent disagreements with Brussels. Last week Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics put the chances of getting a Brexit deal at 50-50.
Britain's Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab.
In a document detailing contingency planning if Britain leaves the European Union in March with no transition deal, the government said unilateral action on several fronts could only minimise disruption up to a point.
The technical paper also echoed warnings from the Bank of England which earlier this summer said the European Union needed to do more to prevent Brexit causing havoc in financial markets. "It seems to have taken the British side a long time to understand what is at stake economically with Brexit", said Martin Wansleben, head of the German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (DIHK).
In a letter to the chair of the Commons Treasury Select Committee, the Chancellor highlighted government analysis that suggests the UK's GDP would be 7.7 per cent lower and borrowing £80 billion higher after 15 years without a Brexit deal, undermining Mr Raab's attempts to reassure business and the public.
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