BPA says draft Brexit deal offers no guarantee on new border checks
The British Ports Association had supported the Chequers proposal as it committed to ensuring frictionless trade. But CEO Richard Ballantyne says the current deal offers no such commitment
Mr Ballantyne said that the proposals in the agreement appeared to offer no guarantees that some new borders checks would not be introduced on UK-EU trade flows
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