This stark warning is coming from the Office for Budget Responsibility. "This raises the risk that the economy may be entering a full-blown recession", it said in a report on the outlook for the public finances.
Trump renewed his long-standing criticisms of May, saying she had done "a very poor job" of taking Britain out of the European Union and predicting that Brexit hardliner Johnson would fix the "disaster".
However, Chancellor Philip Hammond, who is expected to resign or be replaced if, as expected, Johnson is confirmed as prime minister and Tory leader next week, warned that the recession would be deeper than the OBR's forecast.
Johnson, the front-runner to succeed Prime Minister Theresa May next week, has said Britain must leave the European Union on October 31, with or without a deal, and has refused to rule out suspending Parliament to prevent lawmakers from trying to block his exit plan.
Mr Johnson, a Conservative ex-foreign minister, has refused to rule out "proroguing", or suspending, the House of Commons to prevent lawmakers from passing legislation to block his Brexit plan if he tries to exit without a deal.
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A "No Deal" Brexit would leave a £30 billion per year hole in United Kingdom spending plans and plunge the country's economy into an immediate recession, the UK's chief budget watchdog warned on Thursday (18 July).
"I think Boris will straighten it out", he added.
Britain's Secretary of State for Justice David Gauke leaves the BBC headquarters after appearing on the Andrew Marr show in London, Britain July 7, 2019. "That in some vault somewhere in Westminster there will be a Harry Potter-like book with all the tricks and all the things in it to do".
The meeting comes after MPs voted on Thursday to prevent the next prime minister from suspending Parliament in order to push through a no-deal Brexit.
The measures do not amount to an outright block on suspending parliament but could make it much more hard to bypass lawmakers.
They also endorsed a requirement for ministers to make fortnightly reports on progress towards re-establishing Northern Ireland's collapsed, devolved executive and to give lawmakers an opportunity to debate and approve those reports.