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Government may have to pay tens of millions to ferry companies in the event of a Brexit delay

The Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling, is under fire again, after it emerged the government could have to pay tens of millions of pounds extra for ferries from France, even if there’s a delay to a no-deal Brexit and we don’t need to relieve pressure on Dover.

Stop Grayling meddling with the railways, say train industry leaders [Subscription]

ail leaders will this week call for a new independent watchdog that will allow Chris Grayling, the Transport Secretary, to take a back seat from meddling with the country’s ­beleaguered train network.

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