DEFRA plans for no-deal 'emergency centre'

DEFRA will open a 24-hour “emergency centre” to deal with the consequences of the UK leaving the EU without a deal, according to internal recruitment adverts

DEFRA sign. Photograph: DEFRA
DEFRA is planning to open a centre to deal with emergencies stemming from a 'no-deal' Brexit scenario

DEFRA will open a 24-hour “emergency centre” to deal with the consequences of the UK leaving the EU without a deal, according to internal recruitment adverts.

The department has advertised 90 new positions within the EU Exit Emergencies (EUXE) Centre, which will draw up plans to manage “the reasonable scenario of no deal”, state the adverts, which were seen by The Guardian.

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