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Get behind your country 08:14 - Dec 29 with 820 viewsWestStanderLaLaLa

By awarding contracts to French and Danish companies https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-46704522
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Get behind your country on 08:16 - Dec 29 with 807 viewsVaughan8

Yeah! Get our Britain back!!!!
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Get behind your country on 08:43 - Dec 29 with 762 viewsWestStanderLaLaLa

Get behind your country on 08:16 - Dec 29 by Vaughan8

Yeah! Get our Britain back!!!!
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Project Fear becoming reality?

Spending £100m chartering extra ferries to ease "severe congestion" at Dover.

“Which is only a “small but important element" of its no-deal planning.” Presumably the larger element will attract costs too.

This sums up the total inadequacy of the situation

“In documents outlining the agreements, the DfT states that an "unforeseeable" situation of "extreme urgency" meant there was no time for the contracts to be put out to tender - the standard practice for public procurements.”
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Get behind your country on 09:18 - Dec 29 with 721 viewsSwansea_Blue

Get behind your country on 08:43 - Dec 29 by WestStanderLaLaLa

Project Fear becoming reality?

Spending £100m chartering extra ferries to ease "severe congestion" at Dover.

“Which is only a “small but important element" of its no-deal planning.” Presumably the larger element will attract costs too.

This sums up the total inadequacy of the situation

“In documents outlining the agreements, the DfT states that an "unforeseeable" situation of "extreme urgency" meant there was no time for the contracts to be put out to tender - the standard practice for public procurements.”


They show the same awareness of the impending need for action as the PR catering crew leading up to halftime.

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Get behind your country on 10:26 - Dec 29 with 673 viewsfactual_blue

Get behind your country on 09:18 - Dec 29 by Swansea_Blue

They show the same awareness of the impending need for action as the PR catering crew leading up to halftime.


Although there is the possibility of a nice pie at Portman Road.

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Get behind your country on 10:43 - Dec 29 with 655 viewsNo9

Get behind your country on 08:43 - Dec 29 by WestStanderLaLaLa

Project Fear becoming reality?

Spending £100m chartering extra ferries to ease "severe congestion" at Dover.

“Which is only a “small but important element" of its no-deal planning.” Presumably the larger element will attract costs too.

This sums up the total inadequacy of the situation

“In documents outlining the agreements, the DfT states that an "unforeseeable" situation of "extreme urgency" meant there was no time for the contracts to be put out to tender - the standard practice for public procurements.”


I don't think there are any British Ferries left for chartering, another Thatcher F.U.

The real issue is probably not congestion but scheduled sailings. If the farrry cannot complete embarkation of dis embarkation in the alloted time it would probaby be liable for lay-can fees which the ferry companies have said they will not accept as the delays are not of their making.
These boats will probably be used to load after the regular service vessels have departed 'on time'.

BUT, it's still a DfT cock up = look who the Sec of State is so, No surprises, whatever happens
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