UK unveils new freight capacity planning for no-deal Brexit
The UK is drawing up a list of suppliers to provide freight capacity for critical supply chains ‘as and when required’, cabinet secretary David Lidington said
After the UK government wasted millions of pounds on cancelled ferry contracts earlier this year, the same plan is back. Once again, the government wants to ensure freight provision for essential goods, such as medicines, in the event of a no-deal Brexit
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