Ports threaten legal action over border check suspension
The decision by the government to defer border checks on EU imports has led to threats of legal action by British ports that invested millions of pounds to create control facilities.
Logistics firm PML said it was also now considering legal action as a result of the U-turn.
The border controls were due to come into force on 1 July but in April the government announced they were being put on hold until at least the end of next year. [...]
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