Tomorrow Inverclyde Council’s Environment and Regenration Committee have an emergency meeting on no deal Brexit. The paper, produced by impartial officials, lays out the full effect of no deal Brexit on our community.

It confirms that the biggest impact would be felt by the poorest and most vulnerable. That restrictions to the food supply are likely, meaning the possibility of disruption in schools and care homes. And the possibility of shortages of prescription medication. The two pages of the paper below deal with the risks in these areas.

It’s ridiculous that the council are having to use plans that should be for national emergencies to prepare for something entirely avoidable. We need a People’s Vote and if we get it I’ll be campaigning to remain in the EU.

You can read the full paper here: https://www.inverclyde.gov.uk/…/02%20Withdrawal%20from%20th…

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