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Shipping offers cautious welcome to outline Brexit plan

British prime minister Theresa May is thought to have agreed to continued customs union with EU. Crucially from the industry’s point of view, that will hopefully allow trade to remain frictionless

UK Chamber of Shipping urges politicians not to obstruct progress, while Nautilus union highlights risks to future employability of British seafarers. UKMPG insists ports sufficiently resilient to meet challenges, while BPA stresses risk of pinch points for ro-ro consignments

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