No plan in place for Brexit driving permits surge, say auditors
Post offices could need to issue up to 7m permits in first 12 months after no-deal Brexit
The government has no business plan if post offices are forced to issue up to 7m international driving permits in a single year in the event of a no-deal Brexit, Whitehall’s spending watchdog has disclosed.
A National Audit Office report examining the Department for Transport’s readiness for leaving the EU also expresses concern that plans to manage traffic flow at Dover without a deal are behind schedule.
Source: Guardian Transport