Maritime Union questions no-deal Brexit plan

Mark Dickinson: “Ministers must be living on another planet if they seriously believe they can find a fleet of suitable ships to keep the country supplied.” Photo: Nautilus International

A maritime professionals’ union which represents 22,000 seafarers is calling UK government plans to charter in ships to carry vital supplies in the event of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit as unrealistic.

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