Concern In Wales That New Brexit Trade Rules Disadvantage Holyhead Port

HOLYHEAD, WALES - MARCH 01: H.M.Customs signs direct lorry drivers to the correct lane for administration and load checks before boarding ferries at Holyhead Port on March 01, 2023 in Holyhead, Wales. The Irish Sea port, a key link for freight traffic between Dublin and Great Britain, had seen a decline in freight volumes following post-Brexit trade requirements implemented in January 2021. With the announcement of the Windsor Framework, which will further amend EU-UK trade rules, political and business leaders in Wales have expressed concern that Holyhead will be at a further disadvantage against direct routes between Northern Ireland and Great Britain. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
HOLYHEAD, WALES - MARCH 01: H.M.Customs signs direct lorry drivers to the correct lane for administration and load checks before boarding ferries at Holyhead Port on March 01, 2023 in Holyhead, Wales. The Irish Sea port, a key link for freight traffic between Dublin and Great Britain, had seen a decline in freight volumes following post-Brexit trade requirements implemented in January 2021. With the announcement of the Windsor Framework, which will further amend EU-UK trade rules, political and business leaders in Wales have expressed concern that Holyhead will be at a further disadvantage against direct routes between Northern Ireland and Great Britain. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
Concern In Wales That New Brexit Trade Rules Disadvantage Holyhead Port
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