Tudor Freight boss calls for post-Brexit extension

Adam Johnson, director of Leeds-based Tudor International Freight, said that the Covid-19 pandemic should prompt the government to request an extension of the UK’s post-Brexit transition period. The crisis had already led to the second round of negotiations on a future free trade agreement between Britain and the EU, being postponed, even before Michel Barnier, the bloc’s chief negotiator, announced he had contracted Covid-19 and David Frost, his opposite number on ... [+]

Government trying to airbrush Brexit out of politics, says Tudor boss

The government appears to be trying to reduce public attention and parliamentary oversight of Brexit, says director of Leeds-based Tudor International Freight, Adam Johnson. It is abolishing the dedicated Department for Exiting the EU, and the House of Commons Brexit select committee, at the end of this month and, according to ... [+]

No Deal still on the table, warns Tudor Freight boss

The UK could still be heading for a no-deal Brexit at the end of 2020 says director of Leeds-based forwarder Tudor International Freight, Adam Johnson. This was the logical conclusion to be drawn from recent statements by government representatives such as Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Chancellor of the Duchy of ... [+]

Freeports over-hyped, says Tudor Freight boss

Leeds-based Tudor International Freight director Adam Johnson, director says that the benefits of freeports should not be overstated. While international trade secretary Liz Truss has claimed recently, when unveiling a vision for the UK to open up to ten freeports across the country that they would transform towns and cities across ... [+]

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