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Trade Secretary urged to exclude US cars.
Even if the European Union and the United Kingdom conclude a highly ambitious partnership covering all areas agreed in the Political Declaration by the end of 2020, the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the EU acquis, the internal market and the Customs Union, at the end of the transition period will inevitably create barriers to trade and cross-border exchanges that do not exist today.
British travellers face the worst possible outcome once the Brexit transition period ends, the government has confirmed.
Brexit will never be over.
'Kent deserves better than being turned into a car park because of Boris Johnson’s reckless unwillingness to take a no-deal off the table,' say Lib Dems.
Moveable concrete barrier to replace the chaotic Operation Brock no-deal Brexit system to manage traffic jams on the M20.
DfT refuses to say who made decision as it would breach election ‘purdah’ rules.
"A complete waste of time and money" - but it will take 48 hours to stand down Operation Brock.
Motorists brand works in preparation for potential no-deal queues ‘chaos’ and ‘complete waste of time’.
A plan to manage traffic congestion on a Kent motorway has come into force as part of plans for a no-deal Brexit.
Reduction aims to alleviate congestion at Portsmouth as government contingency planning assumes 70% of lorries will not be ‘border-ready’.
The Minister for Transport has said it is "disturbing" that over half the people who hold UK driving licences in Ireland have not exchanged them for an Irish driving licence as the Brexit deadline approaches.
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More than half a million permits which may be required to drive abroad after Brexit have been bought since February, according to Government figures.
The new law protects vulnerable road users and comes into force on Monday.
As the possibility of a no-deal Brexit scenario increases, and the government publishes its “no-deal preparedness” notices, it is worth taking stock of the sheer variety of problems that would arise with a no-deal Brexit – and the devastating consequences that would arise from such a legal limbo. Here’s what we know so far.
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500 applications per day being made for Irish permits, RSA confirms.
A press release from the campaign group Get Britain Out analysed and debunked.
British licence holders living in Ireland would need to get Irish licences before 29 March.
Embassies suggest people exchange British licences for local version before deadline.
Extra documentation is likely to affect a large number of drivers in Northern Ireland and the Republic who frequently cross the border.
Up to 1 million British people living in the EU may have to take new driving tests after a no-deal Brexit if they do not exchange their UK licence for a European one before 29 March, the government has said.