The road transport industry reacted angrily when the government warned that there could be 7,000 queues of trucks in Kent if companies do not prepare for customs changes by the end of the Brexit transition period. Carriers have accused ministers of trying to shift the blame for the potential impact if a trade deal is not agreed with the EU. Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove has told parliament that trucks arriving in Kent must have a direct access permit or be fined. Huw Edwards presents a report by BBC economics editor Faisal Islam at Ten. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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