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May’s Brexit deal may not be pretty, but it just about works for shipping

Britain’s key ro-ro ports depend on frictionless trade. That politicians would happily sacrifice that end for ideological reasons bespeaks a shocking lack of pragmatism

As imperfect as Theresa May’s divisive deal looks, the consequences for shipping businesses and the economy if the UK were to simply crash out of the EU next March look worse. Pragmatic politics are required to avoid a bad Brexit for shipping

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