The foreign secretary said there was "every reason" to believe a "win-win" EU deal could be done within two years. Downing Street said Prime Minister Theresa May was "confident and optimistic" about striking a comprehensive free trade agreement. Brexit 'high cost' warning over NI peace No 10 also said Brexit Secretary David Davis had told cabinet on Tuesday that the UK must prepare itself for the "unlikely scenario" this could not be achieved. In another development, a senior Nissan executive has told MPs the car maker may "adjust" its business in the UK dependent on the outcome of Brexit. Colin Lawther said Nissan, which in October committed to building two new models at its Sunderland plant, would "constantly review" its decision in light of any major changes and the firm believed remaining in the customs union was vital. The government is expected to notify the EU of its intention to leave next month, paving the way for a two-year negotiation over the terms of exit and the shape of the UK's future relationship with the EU. Theresa May has said no deal would be better than a bad one and indicated she would be prepared to see the UK revert to World Trade Organisation trading rules in the absence of any agreement. 'Big neighbours' Mr Osborne, who campaigned to remain in the EU but was sacked by Mrs May after she took power in July, told business leaders that he recognised that the UK would be leaving the EU and he was not seeking to "fight the last war". But he said ครีมหน้าใส leaving the EU without a proper agreement would impose significant costs on the British economy, with up to half of all British exports facing ร้าน ครีมหน้าขาว สวย ๆ tariffs and additional regulations for trading with EU.