Whitehall issues draft tariffs for imports as no-deal Brexit looms 

March 13, 2019 Alexander Whiteman

Preparing for a no-deal Brexit is now the base-case scenario for logistics firms and shippers operating UK-continental European supply chains, following the government’s overwhelming defeat in Parliament yesterday.
Parliament is set to vote later today on whether to rule out a no-deal Brexit, but last night the UK government published draft tariffs that would apply in the event of no-deal.
Bifa stressed to its members that the statutory instruments in the draft ...

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