Council documents from across Scotland have revealed the damaging effects a No Deal Brexit could have on Scotland's communities.

Analysis by The Herald has revealed a number of issues facing towns and cities across the country, including potential ferry delays, planes unable to land, and cities in shut down.

Risk registers, assessments and working group minutes shared with the Herald show the extent to which much of Scotland could be affected if the UK was to leave the EU without a deal.

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Documents accessed through freedom of information legislation show concerns over the country's workforce, food shortages and housing developments stopped in their tracks.

Now, this information has been analysed for the public, with data gathered for 27 of Scotland's 32 council areas.