The UK government has unveiled a £200m ($258.5m)package in one-off grants for ports to install new order processing facilities for the departure from the EU.
The funds are part of a wider £470m investment package announced in July.
The Cabinet Office said today’s Port Infrastructure Fund would be “targeted at those ports that have the space to build new border infrastructure on their current sites so they are ready to handle new …
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