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US News Michael Gove To Trigger Yellowhammer No-Deal Brexit Plans

18:30  20 october  2019
18:30  20 october  2019 Source:   huffingtonpost.co.uk

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Operation Yellowhammer begins as government pressures MPs to back Boris Johnson’s deal .

Michael Gove has triggered the government’s Operation Yellowhammer contingency plan to put in place measures to cope with a no - deal Brexit . No - deal supremo warns danger of UK crashing out of the EU at the end of this month has increased because of Boris Johnson's Commons defeat.

Michael Gove wearing a suit and tie © House of Commons - PA Images via Getty Images

Michael Gove has said he will trigger the government’s Operation Yellowhammer contingency plan to handle a no-deal Brexit.

The Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, who is in charge of preparations for a no-deal outcome, said the risk of such a scenario had increased due to MPs forcing the government to ask Brussels for another delay to the Brexit date.

Some Westminster observers viewed the move as a bid to increase pressure on MPs to back Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal.

Johnson has insisted the UK will exit the bloc as scheduled on October 31, and said he will present the Withdrawal Agreement Bill to Parliament in the coming days.

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He says the government is " triggering Operation Yellowhammer " to ensure we're prepared if no extension is granted by the EU and the WAB doesn't pass to make sure "we've done everything possible".

The minister in charge of leaving without a deal said the next stage of Operation Yellowhammer has ramped up his plans this morning after rebel Tory Oliver Letwin's BRITAIN will leave the European Union by October 31, Michael Gove has insisted, as the Government triggered its No Deal plans .

  Michael Gove To Trigger Yellowhammer No-Deal Brexit Plans © AP

Gove told Sky News: “The risk of leaving without a deal has actually increased because we cannot guarantee that the European Council will grant an extension.

“And that is why I will, later today, be chairing a Cabinet committee meeting, extraordinarily on a Sunday, in order to ensure that the next stage of our exit preparations and our preparedness for no-deal is accelerated.

“It means that we are triggering Operation Yellowhammer.

“It means that we are preparing to ensure that, if no extension is granted, we have done everything possible in order to prepare to leave without a deal.”

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Secret documents that MPs forced the Government to release last month said a no-deal Brexit could lead to rising food and fuel prices, disruption to medical supplies and public disorder.

The Government said the Operation Yellowhammer “planning assumptions” were a “worst-case scenario”. The plan includes dealing with the risk of border delays.

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