Port of Calais now ready for ‘no deal’ Brexit

British lorry drivers crossing to France must get used to having correct customs paperwork if the UK leaves with no deal, says the head of the port of Calais.

It is just what it means to leave the EU, said Jean-Marc Puissesseau.

He spoke to Connexion after the Daily Telegraph quoted a UK haulage chief complaining that trucks would be unable to board at Dover without the right paperwork.

He said: “We, at Calais, are ready to cope with a hard [no-deal] Brexit but the only solution for drivers is to make their ...

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