DfT criticised over secretive preparations for no-deal Brexit
Meg Hillier says ‘potentially toxic’ approach leaves businesses and public in the dark
British ports must expect major disruption if the government leaves the European Union without a deal, according to parliament’s spending watchdog.
The public accounts committee (PAC) said the Department for Transport (DfT) had been “complacent“ and “secretive“ in its dealings with the public over the possibility of leaving Europe on World Trade Organisation rules.
If MPs reject the deal, there are seven possible paths the country could go down next.
Source: Guardian Transport