Lorry logjam a sign of what awaits us when Brexit happens
Comment: The looming problem over Britain’s Welsh ports not being Brexit-ready is a foretaste of what’s to come, and the cost of cleaning up the mess will be prohibitive
It is a most unfortunate irony that the country that appears most unprepared for Brexit is the one that was responsible for it in the first place.
Although much has already been made of how little work has been done in readying the port of Dover for the customs and food safety checks that will begin on January 1, there is just as much cause for concern regarding Britain‘s Welsh ports. Holyhead is the second...
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