More funds for UK post-Brexit customs training, but it’s not enough, says BIFA

September 5, 2019 Gavin van Marle

The effectiveness of a new round of funding announced this week by the UK government to train staff to make customs declarations has been called into question by representatives of the freight industry.
This week, the UK Treasury announced an extra £16m in funds to train staff to make customs declarations that are likely to be increase dramatically after Brexit takes place.
The announcement followed £8m made available last December and another ...

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