Who is ready for the boat ride

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Latest news in Yorkshire: January 25, 2019 04:50:40 PM
The President of the Hauts-de-France Region, Xavier Bertrand, has given
a pointed interview to Sky News confirming that Calais, Bolougne and
Dunkirk are ready for Brexit whatever happens, but questioning whether
the UK is prepared too. Remainers are doing their best to ensure that
the UK isn’t…

It follows his article in yesterday’s Telegraph confirming that his
administration has done the work to ensure that the French ports and
Eurotunnel will have “100 per cent fluidity on day one in the event of a
no-deal Brexit”, while Eurotunnel themselves confirmed last week that
they are ready “with or without a deal”. Completely contradicting
Remainers who are still determined to talk up the possibility of
disruption…

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