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gulliver1 | 13:28 Wed 23rd Sep 2020 | News
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Micheal Gove Warns, that Queues of trucks in Kent could well be 7.000 trucks long ,taking days to clear,if no deal comes about, ( which is what Boris seems to be going for). During the transition period there have been no problems with all flowing Smoothly, but unless both sides agree to an extention , to get it sorted ,then it could well be ration books again in the U/K.

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Gulliver,// it could well be ration books again in the U/K.//
Could you explain how?
Why would it be ration books in the UK? It's more likely to mean ration books in the EU because, as far as I am aware, the lorries leaving Kent are heading for the Continent and any goods they carry will suffer delays getting to their destination. From what I remember, the UK has no plans to disrupt traffic heading from the Continent into the UK.
Danny you have the patience of Joab my friend
Bobbi, you need it with certain posters.
I'm inclined to agree with Retros BA in another thread
the solution is simple, the EUSSR need to actually negotiate.
TTT, I think hell will freeze over before that happens.
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"From what I remember, the UK has no plans to disrupt traffic heading from the Continent into the UK."

Perhaps that may be the case now, but this would be a change in policy from what Michel Gove said in February this year. U-turn ahoy.
It’s no doubt a worst case scenario.
However what I’ve never understood is why this could not all have been put on hold until after the issues with the virus.
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Hardly going for. Being prepared to settle for. There is a difference. Meanwhile perhaps this will concentrate the minds of the EU. And perhaps those in business might contemplate other markets, that don't cause as many issues as the EU does, as alternative export destinations.
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