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Lorries will need permission from new HMRC computer system before heading for Dover.
Professor Dame Sally Davies said shortages of medical supplies will put lives at risk.
Vinyl and CDs are manufactured on mainland Europe leaving the UK supply chain vulnerable to a no-deal Brexit.
Huge warehouse in secret location holds £5m-worth of medical products and food.
Britain imports radioactive isotopes to detect and cure cancer. Border chaos at Dover would make them useless in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Supermarket chain says it may have to fly in fruit as it books extra warehouse space to stockpile goods
Government plans to buy up hundreds of thousands of tonnes of unsold lamb in the event of a no-deal Brexit could be unworkable because there is nowhere to store it, BBC Newsnight has learned.
October worst time to stockpile as warehouses full of Christmas goods, says retail body. / Retailers have warned that there will be shortages of fresh food coupled with potential price rises if there is a no-deal Brexit.
Legal school meal nutrition standards may need to be amended, or discarded, in the event of a no-deal Brexit, according to internal local council planning documents seen by the BBC.
The threat of a “disastrous” no-deal Brexit is forcing businesses to stockpile frozen food for the elderly, robot parts and even horsehair in a move that could lead to higher prices and “significant shortages” for consumers, experts have warned.
The government has announced an extra £2.1bn of funding to prepare for a no-deal Brexit - doubling the amount of money it has set aside this year.
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Supermarket believes October deadline is ‘not far off the worst day possible’ for retailers. / Supplies of toys and electronics for Christmas could be hit by a no-deal Brexit, the boss of Sainsbury’s has warned as he revealed another set of disappointing sales figures.
Shelves in British stores would quickly empty in the event of a no-deal Brexit at the end of October, due to the warehouse space required to stockpile goods already being largely booked up for the Christmas period, industry leaders involved in contingency planning have told Business Insider.
Warehouses used to stockpile goods ahead of the UK’s original Brexit date will not be available later this year prior to the new 31 October deadline as retailers have already booked the space to prepare for Christmas, it has been reported.
Our Economics Correspondent @HeliaEbrahimi explains how no-deal Brexit preparations are impacting the UK economy.
Money that would be used to improve healthcare is being spent "wastefully" due to UK ministers' handling of Brexit, the Welsh health minister has said.
Drugs and other medical supplies to be shipped over on seven new ferry routes.
Owners of storage facilities say demand has reached ‘fever pitch’ since last week’s chaos.
A cold storage firm says it has run out of room because the food industry is stockpiling in the run-up to Brexit.
As the prospect of a no-deal Brexit looms, some British companies are stockpiling goods. Owners of frozen and chilled storage space say they're fully booked until the middle of 2019.