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EMERGENCY plans are being drawn up by Portsmouth City Council amid mounting fears a no-deal Brexit could cripple the area’s health services, The News can reveal.

A cross-party group of politicians from the authority are being rallied together next month to thrash out a worst-case scenario plan of action in case Brexit turns into a disaster.

They will be joined by some of the city’s top civil servants, including the council’s director of regeneration, Tristan Samuels, and Mike Sellers, the director of Portsmouth International Port. It’s hoped the working party will be able to prepare the city for any eventuality when Britain cuts ties with the European Union on March 29.


Portsmouth Evening News

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