Britain is waiting for "frightening chaos" and preparing for the army[/ltr]
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British police have put in place a plan to counter any potential disruptions caused by exiting the EU, and a leaked document said police may call the army to face the street.
The emergency plan developed by the National Police Coordination Center warned that the potential shortage of medicines could "fuel civil unrest".
The plan has raised fears of rising commodity prices to protest Britain's exit from the EU "without a satisfactory deal" as police fear the protests could turn into chaos.
The fears of the British police are mounting that the unrest will see a rise in the number of crimes, such as theft, and massive traffic congestion leading to an "unprecedented" disruption of the road network along the country.
British Home Secretary Sajid Javed reassured Britons that public opinion should not worry about the implications of implementing the exit plan, and administrations should "prepare for all possible outcomes."
"We need to prepare for all emergencies, this is an unprecedented situation, but most of all, we have to focus on getting a deal, I do not think people should worry," he said in an interview.
The leaked document obtained by The Sunday Times suggested that police forces may have to cancel their weekly and annual leave.
The document talked about disturbances that may last for 3 months, and will include communications, communications, port movement and ports of the country with difficulty in communicating with the Ministry of the Interior and the section devoted to exit from the European Union.
The Council of National Police Chiefs of Britain will discuss later this month the contingency plan for dealing with any disturbances that may result from the exit from the European Union.