Breaking News EmailsGet breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings.SUBSCRIBEDec. 7, 2018 \/ 11:03 AM GMTBy ReutersLONDON \u2014 Britain is working on plans to charter airplanes to ensure the continued supply of medicines if the country leaves the European Union without a deal in March."We are working on ensuring that we have aviation capacity," Health Secretary Matt Hancock told BBC radio on Friday.Amid fears that British ports may face gridlock should a divorce deal not be agreed, Hancock said that trucks carrying drugs would be fast-tracked."If there is a serious disruption at the border we will have prioritization and prioritization will include medicines and medical devices," he added.Hancock also said that Britain would have a stockpile of those drugs that can be obtained.Prime Minister Theresa May's government has agreed on a Brexit deal with Brussels, but there is a strong chance it will be rejected by lawmakers when it is put to a vote next week.