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Brexit transition must be agreed as soon as possible

Industry leaders have called on the UK and EU to move quickly to agree transition arrangements for Brexit, following the decision of the European Council to move on to the next phase of negotiations focusing on the future trading relationship.

SMMT president calls for faster Brexit progress

Tony Walker, president of the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, has called on the government to make quicker progress on agreeing a transition period following Brexit. 

Top priorities for hauliers post-Brexit

Brexit is a border challenge for EU-27

The European Union should not to underestimate the challenge member states face when preparing their own borders for Brexit, along with the risk of long delays and disruption at European ferry ports, the Freight Transport Association has warned.

Blueprint for post-Brexit supply chains

Connoisseurs of Tory politics might find it surprising to see prime minister Theresa May talking about “a new approach to how government and business can work together to shape a stronger, fairer economy.”

CV manufacturing falls

British CV manufacturing fell by 25.7 per cent to 6,921 vehicles in October, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.

Fuel duty: no cut disappoints trade associations

Chancellor Phillip Hammond has frozen fuel duty rates in the budget – disappointing both the Freight Transport Association and the Road Haulage Association which wanted a cut.