‘Operation Yellowhammer’, is the name that the British government has given to the planning for a brexit, without agreement. The blueprint of it documents how London measures and structures should respond to a hard brexit. It warns that the ministries most problems by yourself will have to solve. "The structure will quickly ineenstuiken if too many decisions, which is reasonably internally to address, to the top level, it's escalate", this is it.Read also May consider brexitakkoord not to re-submit in the house of Commons, after harsh criticism of gedoogpartner DUP
The document admits that "there are probably unforeseen problems and impacts" of a "hard brexit will be and that Surgery Yellowhammer, could not foresee. the
The scenario includes the daily routine in Whitehall. That includes a daily ochtendbriefing to ministers and officials about the situation in the country. The time span runs from 07 a.m. to the following morning at 05.30 hours. Many departments and public services will have at least three months at a stretch 24 hours per day to keep running.
The document lists twelve risky domains, including disruption of public transport, problems at the border crossings, health services, energy and “critical industry” and “food and water”.