Wednesday 19th Feb 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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No-deal Brexit preparations are ‘dire’

Government plans for a no-deal Brexit are “dire”, the Road Haulage Association warned as prime minister Theresa May decided to abandon plans to allow MPs to vote on her deal today (11th December).

ECMT permits: two weeks to apply

The Department for Transport has reminded hauliers that they have until Friday 21st December to apply for ECMT permits, which might be needed if the UK leaves the European Union without a formal deal next year.

RHA welcomes Public Accounts Committee report

The Road Haulage Association has responded to the Public Accounts Committee’s report on the Department for Transport’s implementation of Brexit agreeing that the report supports the opinions of its members.

RHA astonished by ex-Brexit secretary’s claims

Claims by ex-Brexit secretary David Davis that there won’t be border delays at Dover–Calais even if there’s a no-deal Brexit have left the Road Haulage Association “astonished”.

The Budget: more needs to be done for transport

The Road Haulage Association has welcomed Philip Hammond’s announcement in his Budget that he intends to allocate £30 billion for motorways and other major road improvements, including £420 million for fixing potholes to be made available immediately.

Government to freeze fuel duty

The government has decided to freeze fuel duty, prime minister Theresa May told delegates to the Conservative Party conference on Wednesday.

More red tape for hauliers

International hauliers face more customs red tape in the no-deal Brexit plans announced by the government, the Road Haulage Association has warned.