Planning for a no-deal

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The UK government is preparing for every Brexit scenario, including a "no-deal" outcome. 

Guidance for the NHS

Official NHS-specific guidance on "no-deal" preparation can be accessed here.

NHS organisations should also familiarise themselves with the most recent guidance issued by NHS England since the beginning of this year (2019), including guidance on:

Government Technical Notices

The Government has published a series of technical notices in the event of a "no-deal" scenario. Read our analysis of the notices published to date.

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You can find more information on the government's "no-deal" Brexit guidance for health on their no-deal EU exit web page


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