Emergencies: Planning:Written question - 278950

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Asked by Simon Hart
(Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire)
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Asked on: 18 July 2019
Cabinet Office
Emergencies: Planning
Commons
To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office, what civil contingency plans are in place in the event that the UK does not leave the EU; and if he will publish those plans.
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Answered by: Mr David Lidington
Answered on: 23 July 2019

The UK Government has a responsibility to plan for, respond to and recover from a wide variety of challenges and events. As such Government departments work with partners in the public and private sectors to develop and test contingency plans for such challenges.

It is the Government’s policy to leave the EU with a deal. As a responsible Government we have been planning, and continue to prepare for all eventualities associated with the UK leaving the EU. This includes managing the impacts of a no deal Brexit if they arise.

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