Warnings of Huge Disruption as Britain Prepares for Possible Cliff-Edge Brexit
Britain risks huge disruptions to its economy and society, including trade, transport, health care and citizens' rights, if it leaves the European Union next March without a deal. That's the conclusion of a new report on the short-term risks of a so-called 'no-deal Brexit.' The report comes as lawmakers return to London after a six-week summer break to face growing uncertainty over Britain's future relations with the EU. Henry Ridgwell reports from London.