Dover faces 60% drop in trade under no-deal Brexit
The value of trade through Dover will drop by about £1bn a week if Britain leaves the EU without a deal, its chief executive tells a fringe meeting at the Conservative Party conference in Manchester
Transport minister George Freeman has said the UK government is working on the assumption that a no-deal Brexit would cut traffic through Britain’s main port for trade with Continental Europe by up to 60% for three months
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