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Novartis is the latest firm to warn about the potential pitfalls of a no-deal Brexit, including a shortage of medicines.
The Swiss pharmaceuticals company says it is stockpiling drugs in the UK before a possible no-deal, which it warns would be “hugely impactful for patients, particularly around the supply and safety of medicines”.
Who said deals are never done in Davos?
Today in @Davos, Ueli Maurer and I signed an agreement which will ensure the UK and Swiss #insurance sectors can continue trading freely with one another after #Brexit. The UK insurance industry contributes approx. £35bn to our economy and employs over 324,000 people #WEF19 pic.twitter.com/AGgcX62RIZ