Industry leaders warn on no-deal Brexit as clock ticks down
The British Ports Association and Maritime UK chairman Harry Theochari have spoken out against the rising risk of a no-deal Brexit, as the March 29 date for Britain leaving the European Union looms ever closer with no sign yet of finalised agreement on the terms of withdrawal. But the Port of Dover highlights resilience at the country’s major ro-ro port
‘We anticipate severe problems for our service providers who need access to the single market, numerous bureaucratic challenges such as on VAT and deep insecurity for our workers. That insecurity is particularly acute for our seafarers whose livelihoods are at risk,’ argues Theochari
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