Post-Brexit planning brings in threat of personal fines for ‘not-ready’ hauliers

August 4, 2020 Alex Lennane

Despite pledges of less bureaucracy and frictionless trade with the EU after the Brexit transition period ends in January, the UK government has admitted there is likely to be disruption and additional red tape.
It has given the industry less than three weeks to consult on “plans both to minimise the risk of disruption and to mitigate its impact”.
These include putting the onus on truck drivers, who will face a personal ...

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