1. Food shortages and medicine delays among consequences of no-deal Brexit revealed in documents  BreakingNews.ie
  2. UK govt releases 'worst case' details on no-deal Brexit  RTE.ie
  3. British government warns of Channel delays and electricity price hikes in no-deal planning document  TheJournal.ie
  4. BREAKING NEWS: The no-deal Brexit documents the government didn't want to release  Sky News
  5. Fears of no-deal chaos as ministers forced to publish secret Brexit papers  The Guardian
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The British government has published its Operation Yellowhammer "reasonable worst case planning assumptions" in the event of a no-deal Brexit, in response to MPs voting for it to happen.The British government has published its Operation Yellowhammer "reasonable worst case planning assumptions" in the event of a no-deal Brexit, in response to MPs voting for it to happen.

UK govt releases 'worst case' details on no-deal Brexit

The Yellowhammer plan warns of riots and food price rises but ministers say it is not a prediction.The Yellowhammer plan warns of riots and food price rises but ministers say it is not a prediction.

Brexit: Operation Yellowhammer no-deal document published - BBC News

Andrea Leadsom has signalled the government will not publish its Operation Yellowhammer No Deal contingency plans in full - despite being told to by MPs - as she said they would scare people.Andrea Leadsom has signalled the government will not publish its Operation Yellowhammer No Deal contingency plans in full - despite being told to by MPs - as she said they would scare people.

Andrea Leadsom says Operation Yellowhammer No Deal plans would SCARE people | Daily Mail Online

“Official government documents confirm Boris Johnson is prepared to punish those who can least afford it with a No Deal Brexit to benefit his wealthy friends. He must be stopped.”

Jeremy Corbyn on Twitter: "Official government documents confirm Boris Johnson is prepared to punish those who can least afford it with a No Deal Brexit to benefit his wealthy friends. He must be stopped.… https://t.co/fGn3kpjlcI"

“The Govt's own #Yellowhammer documents show a no-deal Brexit would make us poorer, less safe & cause enormous disruption in London & across the UK. The bill to stop it has become law - but we urgently need the Prime Minister to confirm he will abide by it. https://t.co/KHiOg1KvGK”

Sadiq Khan on Twitter: "The Govt's own #Yellowhammer documents show a no-deal Brexit would make us poorer, less safe & cause enormous disruption in London & across the UK. The bill to stop it has become law - but we urgently need the Prime Minister to confirm he will abide by it. https://t.co/KHiOg1KvGK"

“So there’s a risk of shortages of fresh food and of rioting according to the #Yellowhammer No Deal Brexit documents. I for one am quaking with fear at the inevitable riots that are going to break out when people face up to the harsh realities of a shortage of blueberries.”

Julia Hartley-Brewer on Twitter: "So there’s a risk of shortages of fresh food and of rioting according to the #Yellowhammer No Deal Brexit documents. I for one am quaking with fear at the inevitable riots that are going to break out when people face up to the harsh realities of a shortage of blueberries."

“.@BorisJohnson says he rejects Northern-Ireland only backstop, even though what he is putting on table looks very much like an NI-only backstop. We'll see if he is playing with words. Because if he isn't, no-deal Brexit probably looms (this just now in his digital chat)”

Robert Peston on Twitter: ".@BorisJohnson says he rejects Northern-Ireland only backstop, even though what he is putting on table looks very much like an NI-only backstop. We'll see if he is playing with words. Because if he isn't, no-deal Brexit probably looms (this just now in his digital chat)"

Read the latest Channel stories, 'Negative impacts, delays and lack of supplies' to Jersey in event of no-deal Brexit on ITV News, videos, stories and all the latest Channel newsThere will be negative impacts, delays and a lack of supplies to Jersey in the event of a no-deal Brexit, says Senator Ian Gorst. This follows the release of the UK Government's no-deal Brexit contingency plan, Operation Yellowhammer. The five-page document, which is said to be the UK government's predictions for the worst-case scenario Brexit, warns of shortages on certain types of fresh food and "significant" disruption at the Channel.

'Negative impacts, delays and lack of supplies' to Jersey in event of no-deal Brexit | Channel - ITV News

But German chancellor says there is still ‘every chance’ of a Brexit deal being done.But German chancellor says there is still ‘every chance’ of a Brexit deal being done.

UK to become ‘economic competitor’ after Brexit, Merkel warns – POLITICO

Britain could face a jump in public disorder, delays at airports and ports and significant rises in electricity prices in the event of a no-deal Brexit, government planning documents released last night confirmed. Operation Yellowhammer, the “reasonable worst-case planning assumptions” for the UK leBritain could face a jump in public disorder, delays at airports and ports and significant rises in electricity prices in the event of a no-deal Brexit, government planning documents released last...

No-deal Brexit: Operation Yellowhammer forecasts food shortages, delays and disorder | News | The Times

A no-deal Brexit could mean months of border delays and rising prices of food, medicine and electricity, according to a document released by the British government detailing its “worst case” scenario plans for leaving the EU.A no-deal Brexit could mean months of border delays and rising prices of food, medicine and electricity, according to a document released by the British government detailing its “worst case” scenario plans for leaving the EU.

Released ‘Operation Yellowhammer’ docs suggest delays & rising prices in ‘worst case’ no-deal Brexit — RT UK News

The UK government has released its 'Operation Yellowhammer' which details 'significant disruption' at the borders which could lead to medicine and fuel shortagesThe UK government has released its 'Operation Yellowhammer' which details 'significant disruption' at the borders which could lead to medicine and fuel shortages

Operation Yellowhammer: UK releases 'no-deal' Brexit documents predicting delays at border | Euronews

The Yellowhammer documents detail a no-deal Brexit's impact on travel, medicine and fresh fruit and vegetables.Low-income groups would be 'disproportionately affected', the documents reveal.

Operation Yellowhammer no-deal Brexit document released by government | Metro News

Comments by Tory lawmaker, Andrea Leadsom - We are looking at getting a good deal that works for the UK - The deal will be different to the existing one ForexLive By Justin LowComments by Tory lawmaker, Andrea Leadsom - We are looking at getting a good deal that works for the UK - The deal will be different to the existing one ForexLive

UK's Leadsom: We are looking at creative ways to ensure that there is no Irish backstop

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Confidential Yellowhammer government Brexit planning reveals no-deal chaos - Scram News

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Government documents outline risks including panic-buying and rising public disorder over food and medicine shortages.Government documents outline risks including panic-buying and rising public disorder over food and medicine shortages.

'No-deal' could cause drug and food shortages in UK | News | Al Jazeera

The British government's plans for a no-deal Brexit warn of severe disruption to cross-Channel routes, affecting the supply of medicines and certain types of fresh foods, and say that protests and counter-protests will take place across the country, accompanied by a possible rise in public disorder.The British government's plans for a no-deal Brexit warn of severe disrupti...

UK's worst-case no-deal Brexit plan warns of food shortages, public disorder - Reuters

UK signs an economic partnership agreement with the Southern African Customs Union.UK signs an economic partnership agreement with the Southern African Customs Union.

Six African nations sign up to post-Brexit UK trade deal - The East African

"Operation Yellowhammer" leaked this summer, but the government made it public this week. The no-deal scenarios are still really, really bad."Operation Yellowhammer" leaked this summer, but the government made it public this week. The no-deal scenarios are still really, really bad.

The UK government’s own assessment of what a no-deal Brexit looks like is dire - Vox