Getting medicines into U.K. may be issue post-Brexit, government admits

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By Reuters

LONDON — Britain is working on plans to charter airplanes to ensure the continued supply of medicines if the country leaves the European Union without a deal in March.

“We are working on ensuring that we have aviation capacity,” Health Secretary Matt Hancock told BBC radio on Friday.