Boris Johnson left “visibly shaken” after being briefed by civil servants to expect civil unrest if he goes through with no deal
Whitehall sources say the presumptive prime minister was left “visibly shaken” after being briefed by civil servants to expect civil unrest if he goes through with his threat.
A senior government source revealed that importing fresh food through Dover would be only the third highest priority in the event of no-deal, with clean water only fifth. Top of the list are life-saving drugs, followed by medical devices and fresh food. Nuclear power plant parts are then given priority over the import of chemicals to purify drinking water.”
References: No-deal Brexit: These are the Government’s ‘priority’ imports – inews 21 July 2019
No-deal Brexit: 10 ways it could affect you – BBC 16 July 2019
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