Brexit checks on animal and food products have been resumed at Larne port in Northern Ireland after a police investigation into alleged threats to staff concluded it was safe for them to return to work. The police investigation followed Mid and East Antrim Borough Council’s decision last week to remove twelve environmental health staff from the port “with immediate effect”, after reports of “an upsurge in sinister and menacing behaviour in recent weeks”. At the same time Northern Ireland’s Department […]
UPN has hailed the “significant progress” it made last year, after turnover grew by almost 4% to £9.9m.
The Cabinet Office has been reprimanded by the UK Statistics Authority for using unpublished and unverifiable data to refute RHA’s claims last month that export volumes plummeted by 68% in January, after the UK’s exit from the European Single Market.
The International Road Transport Union (IRU) is demanding that governments across Europe drop “misguided” Covid restrictions and act to alleviate driver shortages if they are to resolve a growing supply chain crisis.