no matter, what decides the lower house in the coming days, possibly as a result of the clear rejection of the EU negotiating package of the Prime Minister, Theresa May, the Chaos-Brexit without a leaving agreement (No Deal) is getting closer. The risk is now "as high as ever," believes Economist Azad Zangana from the asset managers Schroders. More and more British people react to it. In Facebook groups and Community networks they exchange advice on what foods and drugs need to hoard them for the time after the leaving date of the end of March.
The "Guardian" outlined the policy Professor Diane Coyle, why are you currently buying a little more than the daily requirement needed. The sun to the supply chains of the supermarkets, which are created on a just-in-time: "If we have a delay of twelve hours, will run out of certain products." In fact, transportation experts warn, given the limited capacity and time losses due to customs inspections on the Truck-queues of several dozen kilometers in front of the ports on the English channel.
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The government has the concerns of the population due to unclear instructions and half-hearted preparations for the feed. He was cabinets "the world's most important buyer of cool," boasted health Minister Matthew Hancock before Christmas, and his Department explained: in Order to store medications that must be taken to ensure their cooling. However, cancer experts pointed out that in the case of many radiation therapies, isotopes with a half-life of three days will be used. The Labour Chairman of the Brexit-Committee in the house of Commons, Hilary Benn, took advantage of Hancock's Cooling strategy to be a top against those Brexit-Ultras, in favour of the No Deal enthusiastically: "If this is really so easy, someone can explain me, why the government is cooling buying cabinets?"More about
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want to warn The economy for months, sometimes apocalyptic formulations in front of the Chaos-Brexit. The British chief of the US giant Amazon, which employs on the island of 25000 employees, spoke in the summer of of any problems with the food and drug supply. This could have riots, as they had brought in the summer of 2011, several English towns for days on the edge of anarchy, prophesied Douglas Gurr. In fact, appropriate provisions of the police belong to the government program for the No Deal, to cost 4.2 billion pounds. Also, around 1000 soldiers to assist the security forces if necessary. Also Airlines were warned recently by the EU Commission, they would have to make arrangements to be at the end of March as usual in the European airspace on-the-go.