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Boris Johnson has been told to bring forward a £130 million advertising campaign in a major "media blitz" to prepare the UK for a no-deal exit after the leak of Government no-deal warnings sparked fresh alarm.

Former Brexit minister David Jones said the new campaign should be started immediately rather than delayed until next month when most people have returned from holiday.

The advertising campaign across television, radio, newspapers and the internet will be the biggest public information campaign since the end of the Second World War and is intended to prepare Britons for a no-deal exit from the European Union on Oct 31.

Mr Jones said there was time to waste and the Government had to do more...

Boris Johnson has been told to bring forward a £130 million advertising campaign in a major "media blitz" to prepare the UK for a no-deal exit after the leak of Government no-deal warnings sparked fresh alarm.

Former Brexit minister David Jones said the new campaign should be started immediately rather than delayed until next month when most people have returned from holiday.

The advertising campaign across television, radio, newspapers and the internet will be the biggest public information campaign since the end of the Second World War and is intended to prepare Britons for a no-deal exit from the European Union on Oct 31.

Mr Jones said there was time to waste and the Government had to do more...

Boris Johnson has been told to bring forward a £130 million advertising campaign in a major "media blitz" to prepare the UK for a no-deal exit after the leak of Government no-deal warnings sparked fresh alarm.

Former Brexit minister David Jones said the new campaign should be started immediately rather than delayed until next month when most people have returned from holiday.

The advertising campaign across television, radio, newspapers and the internet will be the biggest public information campaign since the end of the Second World War and is intended to prepare Britons for a no-deal exit from the European Union on Oct 31.

Mr Jones said there was time to waste and the Government had to do more...

Boris Johnson has been told to bring forward a £130 million advertising campaign in a major "media blitz" to prepare the UK for a no-deal exit after the leak of Government no-deal warnings sparked fresh alarm.

Former Brexit minister David Jones said the new campaign should be started immediately rather than delayed until next month when most people have returned from holiday.

The advertising campaign across television, radio, newspapers and the internet will be the biggest public information campaign since the end of the Second World War and is intended to prepare Britons for a no-deal exit from the European Union on Oct 31.

Mr Jones said there was time to waste and the Government had to do more...