Calais boss urges sense

"Any Brexit measures that slow the flow of lorries that we have today ... would have very serious consequences"

The head of the port of Calais has told Connexion he is hopeful that both the EU and Britain will “see sense” and find a way to avoid chaos at the Channel ports after Brexit.

If they do not, there could be giant tailbacks at both Dover and Calais, said Jean-Marc Puissesseau.

He said: “It’s clear any Brexit measures that slow the flow of lorries that we have today – regular and uninterrupted – would have very serious consequences with dozens of ...

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