Gibraltar's government is very unhappy about the prospect of a no-deal Brexit, but believes it already has headed off the potential "worst-case scenario" of several months of four-hour daily queues and shortages, according to its Chief Minister.
An examination of the complications if the UK crashes out of the European Union without a deal called "Operation Yellowhammer" was leaked to the Sunday Times over the weekend.
According to the report, complications could include shortages of food, fuel and medicine.
But Gibraltar's government has called the references in the document to daily turmoil and chaos for the 12,000 workers crossing its border from Spain every day "out of date and wrong", as steps taken should help mitigate damage, the government said.
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