BPA supports post-Brexit customs partnership

"The customs partnership proposal offers the advantage of maintaining ‘business as usual’ for goods," Mr Ballantyne said Photo: BPA

The British Ports Association (BPA) has backed the idea of a customs partnership as the UK’s post-Brexit customs setup, saying that it “looks to be the [UK Government option on the table for new customs arrangements] that will have least impact at the border”.

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