Government moves to 'expedite' consents for inland border facilities in 29 council areas as Brexit deadline looms

The government has moved to grant itself powers to "expedite the planning process" for temporary "inland border facilities and infrastructure" within 29 council areas across England, as part of its preparations for the UK's departure from EU trade arrangements.

by Michael Donnelly
Haulage: 'changes' to border arrangements on the way (pic:  Wildlife Terry, Flickr)
Haulage: 'changes' to border arrangements on the way (pic: Wildlife Terry, Flickr)

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