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In A No-Deal Brexit, UK Will Suffer Food, Medicine Shortages

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In A No-Deal Brexit, UK Will Suffer Food, Medicine Shortages

In A No-Deal Brexit, UK Will Suffer Food, Medicine Shortages

There are less than 75 days until Britain is set to exit the European Union.

Now, a leaked government report reveals the disastrous effects a no-deal Brexit would unleash on the country.

According to CNN, the UK is likely to face food, fuel and medicine shortages if it crashes out of the bloc without a transition deal.

Nicknamed 'Operation Yellowhammer,' the dossier also predicts the introduction of a hard border in Ireland.

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