Lack of investment in British ports threatens to cause chaos at crossings
Lack of investment in Welsh ports likely to result in largescale hold-ups for vehicles crossing from Britain
Hundreds of trucks crossing from Britain to Ireland every day could face major traffic hold-ups from January 1 due to a failure to prepare Welsh ports for Brexit, a series of experts have claimed.
Politicians, academics and hauliers have said that while the Irish government has invested €30 million into preparing Dublin Port for customs and food safety checks, there has been little or no sign of investment in the ports of Holyhead, Fishguard and Pembroke.
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