Welsh ports deserve Brexit funding

MP Stephen Crabb

Welsh local authorities may have an opportunity to access Brexit funding for ports to level with English local authorities with major ports recently allocated a share of GB£3.14m to help prepare for 29 March and beyond, a Pembrokeshire County Council spokesperson has said.

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