No deal nightmare stalks UK traders once again

Adam Johnson, director of Leeds-based Tudor International Freight warns that the lack of Brexit progress since the deadline was extended to Halloween is increasingly scaring businesses trading with the EU. Nearly a month on since EU leaders agreed to defer the UK’s departure from the bloc to 31 October, if necessary, he says that there is little discernible urgency in the quest to resolve the domestic political deadlock. Mr Johnson said: “When ... [+]

Red tape would remain even with EU customs union, warns forwarder

Director of Leeds forwarder Tudor International Freight Adam Johnson is warning that a permanent post-Brexit customs union with the EU, as apparently demanded by the Labour Party in its negotiations with Theresa May, would not in itself guarantee frictionless trade. He says that while such arrangements typically eliminated checks at borders ... [+]

No Deal Brexit still on the cards, says forwarder

Leeds-based Tudor International Freight managing director, David Johnson says that EU traders should continue to prepare for a no-deal Brexit, despite the Prime Minister’s announcement that MPs would be able to reject the option of the UK leaving on 29 March. He said that there was understandable relief among business ... [+]

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