Sarah Wollaston Chair, Health and Social Care Committee, Chair, Liaison Committee (Commons)
I thank my hon. and learned Friend for giving way. Does he accept that disrupting complex supply chains in the motor industry can lead to economic disaster, but when we disrupt complex supply chains in medicines, I am afraid it means that people will turn up at their pharmacy and the drug they need might not be available on the shelves? The public will never forgive us for that. I am really sick and tired of hearing some colleagues say that that those who "lost" the referendum have no right to have any say in the type of Brexit we have.
Robert Buckland The Solicitor-General
As my hon. Friend knows, I was one of the 48%, and I do not forget that. That means that I do listen to the voices of concern about the supply of important goods and life-saving medicines. That is the Government's position. That is why we are striving to make sure that we achieve trade that is as frictionless as possible.
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