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Brexit: Britain loses command of anti-piracy mission to Spain

Brexit: Britain loses command of anti-piracy mission to Spain

Spain has taken over the command of a European Union (EU) maritime mission that combats piracy off the coast of Somalia from took over from Britain.  Spanish Vice...

French customs officers begin strike over Brexit

French customs officers begin strike over Brexit

Lorry queues stretched back for miles at the port of Calais in France on Tuesday as border officials worked to rule in protest over Brexit. French customs officials have...

Potential impact of Brexit on the maritime industry 

BREXIT: A time bomb ticking in Wales

There’s an ominous number that keeps coming up in conversations among workers at the port handling the bulk of trade between the U.K. and Ireland: “the 29th.”...

UK cancels Brexit ferry deal with craps Seaborne Freight

UK cancels Brexit ferry deal with Seaborne Freight

The British government has terminated a contract with Seaborne Freight to provide extra ferries in the event of a no-deal Brexit that would see Britain leave the...

UK to ease Customs checks on EU goods in case of Brexit deadlock 

UK to ease Customs checks on EU goods in case of Brexit deadlock 

Most goods arriving from the European Union will be allowed into Britain without full customs checks for at least three months if it leaves the bloc without an exit...

Brexit: Swedish firms review UK-registered ships

Brexit: Swedish firms review UK-registered ships 

Sweden’s Stena and Bermuda-registered Stolt-Nielsen are reviewing their UK-registered ships ahead of Britain’s departure from the European Union, the two leading...

UK ports not prepared for Brexit — Survey 

UK ports not prepared for Brexit — Survey 

An opinion poll conducted in the United Kingdom by a global executive search firm, Odgers Berndtson, has shown that seaports in that country are ill prepared for the...

Failed Brexit deal: British Ports Association counsels UK government 

Failed Brexit deal: British Ports Association counsels UK government 

The British Ports Association (BPA) on Tuesday encouraged the UK government to urgently set out its plans for avoiding a disorderly withdrawal and the disruption the...

Potential impact of Brexit on the maritime industry 

Potential impact of Brexit on the maritime industry 

Negotiations for Brexit have been a long time in the making and Britain is still uncertain as to what the outcome may constitute. However, the majority seem to be in the...

Brexit: Minister defends award of ferry contract to new company

Brexit: Minister defends award of ferry contract to new company

Britain’s Transport Minister, Chris Grayling, on Wednesday, clarified the award of a £14 million ($18 million) contract to a new company that has never previously...

Airlines repatriate $600m from Nigeria - IATA

Limiting Brexit consequences good news for airlines – IATA chief

International Air Transport Association (IATA) Director-General, Alexandre de Juniac, says that a leadership challenge to British Prime Minister, Theresa May, announced...

EU court to rule on Brexit Dec 10

Britain can unilaterally axe Brexit – EU Court

The European Court of Justice on Monday ruled that the British government may unilaterally reverse its decision to leave the EU, without consulting the other member...