No-deal Brexit: Police Warn of Panic Buying, Advise Stores to Increase Security Ahead of Britain Crashing Out of EU
Friday, 11 January 2019 () British police are advising stores to beef up security measures to deal with panicked shoppers in case the country is forced to leave the EU without reaching a withdrawal agreement, it has been revealed. According to a report published by Politico, London’s Metropolitan Police Service has warned that retailers may face a deluge of customers amid fears that a disorderly no-deal Brexit will disrupt food supplies as well as other vital goods like medicine and fuel. Read More: When is Brexit? U.K. is lurching...
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