The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee is demanding more detail from the government on its plans for post-Brexit border controls between Northern Ireland and Ireland. The demand follows the government’s response to the committee’s report, published in March, on the land border between the two countries. One of the report’s key recommendations was that the government provide more detail on its plans for the island’s border arrangements. But the committee said it was disappointed in the amount of detail provided in […]
Senior management at road transport operators in the UK do not believe that Brexit will damage their growth prospects in the short or medium-term, with a majority anticipating significantly or slightly better growth in 2018 and 2019.
Temperature-controlled specialist Nagel Langdons saw its turnover rise 16% in 2016, but has warned that increased consumer price pressures as a result of Brexit could affect the stable growth generally associated with the sector.
Trade associations have expressed concern that the general election in June could prevent government tackling pressing industry issues.