The army is on standby to help the police in case of a No Deal Brexit chaos.

The plans will be put in place if Britain leaves the European Union without a deal in March.

As many as 10,000 troops could be deployed on the streets of Britain in case of No Deal Brexit chaos, say reports.

Plans have been put into motion for soldiers to help the police and NHS if the UK ends up leaving the EU without a deal in March, it is claimed.

As well as the thousands of military troops already set to be deployed under the proposals, an additional 1,200 troops will be on 24-hour standby, it is said.

Sunday Times reports that this will be overseen by around 20 Operation Temperer officers – who are typically reserved for army response to terror attacks.

The team were ordered last week to step up no-deal Brexit planning.

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Army boss Sir Nick Carter told the paper troops are on standby to take part in a No Deal scenario.
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