Brexit contract handed to shipping firm with NO ferries

Joe Mellor - 31 December 2018

In another Brexit story you couldn’t make up, a very lucrative contract has been agreed with a business that will run extra ferries if a ‘no-deal’ Brexit takes place, but has no ships,and has not previously operated a service.

Seaborne Freight was one of three companies awarded contracts totalling £108m last week to lay on additional freight crossings to ease the pressure on Dover.

Seaborne’s contract is for £13.8m and they have defended themselves amid criticism it doesn’t currently have any shipping vessels.... See more

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