He repeated calls for the United Kingdom to remain part of the single market and customs union, adding: "A "no-deal" Brexit should be unthinkable, which is why it should be ruled out, if necessary by extending the Article 50 process".
And the government is proposing to cap any data charges at £45 a month.
Come March 29, 2019, though, that could all change.
He added: "We can mitigate by taking a "continuity" approach, recognizing certain EU-approved goods for import into the UK".
The new set of "no-deal" papers from the government also warning that roaming charges that allow British people to make low-priced cell phone calls in European Union countries could also come to an end.
That means that the European regulation that bans roaming charges will not automatically be part of United Kingdom law, so British mobile operators might be able to reintroduce the charges.
The government is due to publish guidance on issues such as mobile phone roaming charges, driver's licenses and passports in the event of the European Union and Britain not reaching an agreement, local media said.
Ahead of the talks, Raab said in a Daily Telegraph article: "No one should pretend that no deal would be straightforward".
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"Unhelpfully though unsurprisingly, the paper avoids reference to any role for historic or future Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) jurisprudence in terms of interpreting United Kingdom competition law in the future, other than stating that the "CMA and United Kingdom courts will no longer be bound to follow future CJEU case law", he said.
It also outlines the prospects for the United Kingdom position in regards to the Galileo global navigation satellite system, reiterating the point that the United Kingdom will have no role in the relevant programmes if there is not a Brexit deal.
If EVs sold in Britain are not counted as part of EU targets, suggest the documents, this could force manufacturers to shift sales to other European countries.
They also claimed the British government could be forced to depend on the U.S. for asteroid warnings - as the United Kingdom will be booted out of the EU Space Surveillance and Tracking programme.
"And even in the event of a no-deal Brexit, it's not to say there will be nothing done".
A statement from the government said this approval would be "time-limited", but that it would "ensure that products can continue to be sold and registered in the United Kingdom".