‘Keep the freight moving, worry about Seaborne contract legality later’

February 5, 2019 Alexander Whiteman

The rule of law is a luxury the UK can no longer afford as it grapples with Brexit, according to procurement professionals.
As claims of illegality shadow the procurement process for Seaborne Freight’s ferry contract, Chartered Institute of Procurement Specialists’ economist John Glen told The Loadstar: “We have to ask whether the ferry services solve the problem government is grappling with, regardless of the legality of this move and the timing ...

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