Medical and pharmaceutical industry leaders are warning some of the contingency planning for a no-deal Brexit is not as well advanced as it was earlier this year.They say details of government plans to secure ferry capacity to bring medicines into the UK have still not been finalised – with less than six weeks to go till Britain’s planned exit from the EU on 31 October.Ministers say there is a long term resilience plan which will ensure the UK is ready for Brexit day and beyond.There have been predictions that a no deal Brexit will cause congestion at the ports of Dover and Calais. 90% of imported drugs and medicines from the EU are shipped to the UK on that route. Ahead of the expected departure date from the EU in March, the government had commissioned ferry services on two alternative routes with pharmaceutical companies encouraged to book space to ship their products.The same approach has not been adopted this time with the government indicating there will be ferry space available but still not giving details of the routes.’Whatever it takes’Steve Bates, the chief executive of the UK Bioindustry Association, says he is concerned that, with only weeks to go, companies… Read full this story
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