Remain MPs are using every weapon in their armoury to prevent a no-deal Brexit as the clock ticks down to the Oct 31 deadline. But Boris Johnson will do whatever he can to stop his hands being tied in talks with the EU.
How exactly a no-deal Brexit will affect the UK is unknown, but supplies of medication, house prices, easy travel to Europe and international student arrivals could all be impacted in the instance of crashing out of Europe without an agreement.
Medication may prove to be scarce
If there is no deal increased customs controls at ports could disrupt the supply of drugs and the chemical compounds needed to produce them. Almost 75 per cent of medicines come from, or via, the EU….
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