operation yellowhammer

The Good Morning Britain host pointed out how accurate Operation Yellowhammer's post-Brexit predictions were.
Cabinet minister claims MPs have increased the chance of the UK leaving the EU without a deal.
The previously secret documents also warn of disease outbreaks, public disorder and huge traffic jams in Kent.
Boris Johnson defeated in the Commons again as MPs back moves to force publication of 'Operation Yellowhammer' documents and internal communications about the suspension of parliament.
But the cabinet minister accused Dr David Nicholl of "the worst excess of Project Fear".
Labour leader demands transparency for public and business.
But minister in charge of planning insists government is "far more prepared now" after explosive Whitehall dossier emerges.
While the government scrambles to try get a withdrawal deal agreed in the next three weeks, government agencies are getting ready to deploy certain operations in anticipation of a no-deal Brexit. Operation Brock is already partly in place, with lorries on the M20 heading for Dover already taking over one lane of the highway, in an effort to reduce backed-up lorries from blocking the roads. Other efforts fall under Operation Yellowhammer, the government's overarching no-deal withdrawal plan. It includes using existing legislation to manage expected and unexpected fall out in 12 key areas, including security, health, food and transport disruptions.