Brexit: British government publishes no-deal assessment
The document says riots, food price rises and reduced medical supplies are real risks
The British government has published a document outlining its contingency plans in the event of a no-deal Brexit. It estimates a fall in the flow of goods from mainland Europe of between 40 and 60 per cent from day one. It also suggests there could be protests, increased food prices and a reduction in medical supplies.
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(Image: British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson. Credit: Lorraine O'Sullivan/AFP)