UK signs Brexit freight capacity contracts worth $109m
To ensure uninterrupted medicines into the country after leaving the European Union, the UK government has secured what it calls freight capacity contracts with four ferry companies
Up to £86m ($109m) of UK taxpayer cash will be used to fund a set of contracts handed out to a select number of shipping companies as the Brexit deadline approaches on October 31. The contracts will be in place for six months and are designed to operate around the ports best-placed to handle a WTO Brexit
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