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No-deal Brexit could cause six-months meds supply problems at Anglo-French border

Tuesday 11th December 2018

A no-deal Brexit could create disruption over importing and exporting medicines at the Anglo-French border for up to six months, the Government has predicted.
 
In a letter published on 7 December, health and social care secretary Matt Hancock said Britain exiting the European Union without a deal will "significantly" reduce access across the channel for "up to six months".
 
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Matt Hancock made the comments during a five-hour cabinet meeting discussing the Brexit deal negotiated with the EU by Prime Minister Theresa May, according to The Times

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