ROAD HAULIERS FEAR A ‘NO-DEAL’ BREXIT

9 August 2019 No Comments by The Northern Standard

By PATSY McARDLE

THE Irish Road Hauliers’ Association which represents a number of haulage firms in Co. Monaghan and the neighbouring counties of Louth and Cavan, has expressed strong reservations this week over a proposed ‘no-deal Brexit’ which could lead to shipping difficulties, especially at Dover port. The president of the Association, Ms. Verona Murphy said that whilst planning is clearly required to deal with Dover post-Brexit, she has reservations over the UK Government’s plan to grant civilian traffic officers new powers in the event of a no-deal Brexit to try and avoid…

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