There's a warning that the East of England's economy is facing a multi-million pound blow in the event of a 'No-deal Brexit.
The warning comes from The Confederation of British Industry.
The CBI says exports to countries in the EU with free trade agreements are worth more than 4 billion pounds each year, that's 10 per cent of the east's exports.
The UK currently benefits from extensive trade agreements as an EU member, spanning around 70 countries.
The CBI says in the East of England, exports to countries with EU free trade agreements are worth more than £4 billion every year, accounting for more than 10% of the region's exports. This figure equates to the annual salaries of more than 114,000 teachers.
The CBI is concerned that If the UK leaves with 'no deal', these exports risk having immediate tariffs imposed overnight, potentially costing the East of England economy millions of pounds in lost orders.