GIBRALTAR may face food and medicine shortages in the event of a no deal Brexit, according to British government documents.
Passengers crossing the Spanish border at the rock could also face waits of more than four hours, say the newly released Yellowhammer papers.
The documents also warn of ‘prolonged’ risks to Gibraltar’s economy.
The government published the secret documents in full on Wednesday, after being forced to do so by MPs.
Some of the documents had already been leaked to The Sunday Times in August.
The papers are also critical of the Gibraltan authorities’ preparations for a no deal Brexit.
The report says: “Despite the extension of the exit process, they have not taken the necessary decision to invest in infrastructure.”
Following the initial Yellowhammer leaks in August, Gibraltar’s main opposition party questioned the state of the governing party’s no deal preparations.
At the time Chief Minister Fabian Picardo dismissed the report as ‘out-of-date.’