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Britain’s borders could descend into chaos in the event of a no-deal Brexit, Whitehall’s spending watchdog has suggested as he warned: “There will be points of failure.”

Sir Amyas Morse, the Auditor General and boss of the National Audit Office, said it was “inevitable” that the “most stress will be at the border” if the UK crashes out of the European Union in March 2019.

He told MPs there was “so much concentrated risk” associated with a disorderly divorce as he raised concerns about HMRC’s new Customs Declaration Service (CDS) computer system, due to be rolled out by January next year, being able to cope.

Sir Amyas also said the Government had gone “too far” in its attempts to keep its Brexit...

Britain’s borders could descend into chaos in the event of a no-deal Brexit, Whitehall’s spending watchdog has suggested as he warned: “There will be points of failure.”

Sir Amyas Morse, the Auditor General and boss of the National Audit Office, said it was “inevitable” that the “most stress will be at the border” if the UK crashes out of the European Union in March 2019.

He told MPs there was “so much concentrated risk” associated with a disorderly divorce as he raised concerns about HMRC’s new Customs Declaration Service (CDS) computer system, due to be rolled out by January next year, being able to cope.

Sir Amyas also said the Government had gone “too far” in its attempts to keep its Brexit...

Britain’s borders could descend into chaos in the event of a no-deal Brexit, Whitehall’s spending watchdog has suggested as he warned: “There will be points of failure.”

Sir Amyas Morse, the Auditor General and boss of the National Audit Office, said it was “inevitable” that the “most stress will be at the border” if the UK crashes out of the European Union in March 2019.

He told MPs there was “so much concentrated risk” associated with a disorderly divorce as he raised concerns about HMRC’s new Customs Declaration Service (CDS) computer system, due to be rolled out by January next year, being able to cope.

Sir Amyas also said the Government had gone “too far” in its attempts to keep its Brexit...

Britain’s borders could descend into chaos in the event of a no-deal Brexit, Whitehall’s spending watchdog has suggested as he warned: “There will be points of failure.”

Sir Amyas Morse, the Auditor General and boss of the National Audit Office, said it was “inevitable” that the “most stress will be at the border” if the UK crashes out of the European Union in March 2019.

He told MPs there was “so much concentrated risk” associated with a disorderly divorce as he raised concerns about HMRC’s new Customs Declaration Service (CDS) computer system, due to be rolled out by January next year, being able to cope.

Sir Amyas also said the Government had gone “too far” in its attempts to keep its Brexit...