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The strange death of shipping England

When the definitive history of Britain’s departure from the European Union comes to be written, the ferry procurement episode involving a company with no ships and a port with no operators will only be worth a couple of pages. But what amusing pages they stand to be

National resilience is not just military but civil, and Britain’s inability to guarantee sufficient ro-ro capacity following departure from the EU has left it found wanting. This should not be allowed to happen again

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