Brexit ferry contracts could cost government millions more

Brexit ferry contracts could cost government millions more
 

The government will be forced to spend tens of millions of additional pounds to keep its no-deal ferry contracts in place if Brexit is delayed.
In December the Department for Transport contracted three suppliers to provide additional freight capacity on ferries for lorries.
That was in case a no-deal Brexit led to congestion on roads to the coast.
Brittany Ferries, one of the contractors, said it had already incurred large fuel and staffing costs.
It said it would need to be compensated for those expenses.
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