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No-deal chaos would overwhelm UK planning, says 'Stop Brexit' party

Reuters Monday, 16 September 2019
No amount of planning can prepare Britain for the disruption of leaving the European Union without a deal, Jo Swinson, leader of the anti-Brexit Liberal Democrat party will say on Tuesday.
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