Kent Access Permit no longer needed as special measures stood down

Hauliers no longer need a Kent Access Permit to travel between the UK and the EU via the Channel ports or tunnel after traffic management measures were stood down on 20 April. The M20 moveable barrier will also be removed, said the Department for Transport, which said that delays have been avoided thanks to hauliers arriving at the border prepared. Freight volumes between the UK and the EU have meanwhile returned to ... [+]

More funds for post-Brexit ports

The Department for Transport is calling on ports in England to bid for a share of £10 million funding to help them cope with Brexit as part of the Port Infrastructure Resilience and Connectivity (PIRC) competition. The competition will be open until 6 September, after which successful bidders will be given ... [+]

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