The scenario outlined in the government’s leaked no-deal dossier, operation yellowhammer, describes chaos at the ports, shortages of fuel, food and medicine, a hard border with Ireland and potential civil unrest. Carolyn Fairburn, director general of the CBI explains how businesses can prepare themselves for no-deal. Professor Ash Soni, former president of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, addresses concerns about supplies of medicine after a no-deal Brexit. Also giving their reaction to the dossier: deputy chief executive of the Freight Transport Association James Hookham; and former boss of Sainsburys, Justin King.
Monday's business with Dominic O'Connell
Why does a Turkish pension fund want to buy a British steel plant? Plus the markets, and we ask if the US will renew its limited Huawei reprieve today? (Photo: Getty Images)
The Liberal Democrats leader Jo Swinson tells Today that she's spoken to senior Tory Ken Clarke and former deputy Labour leader Harriet Harman who are both "prepared to lead an emergency government" to avoid a no-deal Brexit. But why won't she support Jeremy Corbyn?
(Image: Jo Swinson, credit: Getty Images)
Iranian oil tanker
Gibraltar has freed an Iranian oil tanker detained last month over concerns it was taking oil to Syria in breach of EU sanctions. Gibraltar's Chief Minister Fabian Picardo says he "doubts" the ship will end up in Syria because he has a "cast iron commitment in writing" from Iran.
(Image: Grace 1 tanker, credit: Reuters)
Friday's business with Rob Young
Hong Kong protests have led to numerous injuries, but what are they doing to the economy? Plus, the markets, and the car you leave to park itself. (Photo: Getty Images)