Angry hauliers now told a ‘no-deal’ Brexit means no licence to drive in the EU

September 14, 2018 Gavin van Marle

As few as 1,224 UK hauliers could be eligible to transport goods to the EU if the country departs the union without a deal in place.
Logistics industry representatives say a UK-EU agreement on road transport must be prioritised over a trade deal.
Yesterday the UK government issued a series of technical notices outlining the situation in the event of a no-deal Brexit, which admitted that UK driving licences would no longer be ...

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