The government have published their Yellowhammer contingency plan in the case of a No Deal, revealing medication shortages, food price rises and huge delays.
The report, which shows ‘reasonable worst-case assumptions’, was published following a vote in Parliament ordering for it to be so.

Geraint Davies, Swansea West MP who voted for the publication of the documents, said: “Yellowhammer strikes disaster for people in Swansea and Wales and shows how unbelievably reckless this government is being with people’s health and livelihoods.

“In Wales we are going to see the slaughter of millions of sheep because we will be unable to export them, given the immediate 40% tariffs that will be imposed. We also know that 1 million diabetic people in Britain will be at risk of not having enough insulin.

“This didn’t appear on any bus in 2016. If it had we wouldn’t have wasted the last three years debating one disastrous Brexit over another. We would have voted to stay with our closest allies in order to build fairer societies across Europe in order to protect UK trade relationships and jobs. It’s vital now that people, empowered by this information, get to vote between an actual deal and remaining in the EU.”

“Instead of the Government wasting £100 million of taxpayers’ money on propaganda about getting ready in case they can’t negotiate a deal with the EU, they should spend the money to educate the public about the horror that faces us if we have no deal”

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