UK Names Ferry Firms To Carry No-Deal Brexit Medicine Supplies
Ferry and other transport operators are to bring thousands of heavy goods vehicles a week to the UK carrying life-saving medicines and other supplies if the UK leaves the EU without a deal. However, the ferries will not use the standard cross-Channel ports, which are expected to become heavily congested in a no-deal scenario.
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