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Viewpoint: Just in case

We just don’t need all this hysteria and constant scares about the logistics of a Brexit based on World Trade Organisation rules. Ferries are nothing if not flexible and there is already tremendous choice available for services from mainland Europe to the UK

Whether Britain ends up with no-deal or Theresa May’s version of Brexit, it is perfectly obvious that the country’s ports and ships can handle whatever they have to

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