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British military opens no-deal Brexit nerve centre

Energy Daily Friday, 22 March 2019
British military opens no-deal Brexit nerve centreLondon (AFP) March 21, 2019

Britain's defence ministry has started up a no-deal Brexit operations centre in a nuclear-bomb-proof bunker in central London, a spokesman told AFP on Thursday. "It's a team that's ready to support any action if it becomes necessary," the spokesman said, adding that the new centre has "all the right infrastructure". "As we get closer to a theoretical or possible no-deal, this is the plac
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