- A secret Cabinet dossier has outlined Whitehall’s plans for a no deal scenario
- Operation Yellowhammer sets out emergency procedures to last up to 12 weeks
- Each day there will be a 7am meeting with civil servants working round the clock
- National security, law and order, and food and water supplies are highlighted
Three months of No Deal chaos are predicted in a secret Cabinet dossier, as Theresa May faces an embarrassing leak ahead of next week’s third meaningful vote.
Operation Yellowhammer reportedly sets out Whitehall’s plans for how ministers will meet at 7am for a sitrep (situation report) to tackle crucial risk areas.
Whitehall will outline briefings for the Brexit war room including details on national security, as well as food and water supplies.
Civil servants could be expected to work alongside the executive branch for up to 12 weeks as they provide expertise throughout the night until 5.30am every day.