UK may face ferry deal compensation bill over any Brexit delay
DFDS and Brittany Ferries could pocket additional payments of £28m from the Department for Transport if Britain does not leave the European Union on March 29. The money would compensate the companies for out of pocket expenses on changed schedules, port fees, fuel costs and staff and training costs
Contract with third company saw transport secretary subjected to widespread ridicule when it emerged that start-up had no ships and no financial backing
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