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The readiness and ability of the firm Seaborne Freight to deliver on the UK government contract to run extra ferries in the event of a no-deal Brexit has come into question in the media this week. At nearly £14 million, the Brexit ferry contract has been awarded to a company with no ferries and no experience of running ferries. It raises certain issues, especially around the evaluation and decision process. But the Minister for Transport says they have put in place a “tight contract that makes sure they can deliver for us.” Read more here.

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