the Authorities in the Uk are on high alert. The possibilities for an agreement with the EU brexit is about to be exhausted. The soft divorce, as many britons had hoped for, it does not appear that the prime minister, Theresa May can provide.
Last Monday, the ministers will decide whether the emergency plan called 'Operation Yellowhammer' must be put to work.
Parts of the plan are, according to the newspaper The Guardian already activated. Among other things, in Kent County, which can be severely affected by the massive congestion at the port of Dover.
By gridlock can Manston Airport transformed into a giant car park that can accommodate up to 6000 trucks.
Prime minister Theresa May. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
the Plan, which was partly leaked in 2018, describes 12 risk areas, where the british citizens can be hit by a hard brexit.
It is among other things about the britons who live or work in the EU-countries. A second point is the import of medicine. According to the plan, health authorities, therefore make sure to book space on boats, so their suppliers don't get caught in any traffic chaos.
About 13 billion. crowns are intended for the planning of brexit. If the 'Yellowhammer' is activated, and a further 215 million. crowns released.
'Yellowhammer' will be managed by a core group of 5000 people that need to make sure that the population not to panic and hoard food, gasoline and money.
in Addition, the defence ministry has 3500 soldiers on standby, that can be plugged into, if there is a collapse in infrastructure, writes the Financial Times.
the Yellowhammer is the English name for gulspurv. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix