Oct 25, 2017

Brexit should cut queues at Dover, not create them | BrexitCentral

“Philip Hammond fears Dover gridlock if new customs checks are imposed after Brexit,” ran a recent headline in The Times. The prospect of delays in freight transport is rapidly emerging as a useful political tool. Reluctant Brexiteers are using the fear that Britain could move from frictionless trade to chaos overnight to argue for a free-trade …

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