READ MORE: Ex-SAS Chief Warns No-Deal Brexit Would Be ‘Major Security Concern’ for UK Raab confirmed that the government of Prime Minister Theresa May is still committed to following the deadline and prepare the document by October despite the existing disagreements with Brussels and practically halted negotiation process. Raab noted that the European Union has coordinated 80 percent of all the provisions. © REUTERS / Peter Nicholls UK’s No-Deal Brexit Scenario Faces Risk Due to Skilled Staff Shortage – Reports Raab is expected to visit Brussels on Friday and persuade European Commission’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, to accelerate the coordination of Brexit deal provisions and achieve a compromise. This visit was confirmed by a source in UK Prime Minister’s office. Earlier in the day, media reported citing unnamed sources that representatives of the United Kingdom and the European Union informally announced plans to agree on the conditions of Brexit by mid-November. If the new deadline is again postponed to December or January, the sides reportedly will either have to make concessions or refuse to negotiate. The United Kingdom is set to leave the European Union on March 29, 2019.