DEFRA dismisses no-deal Brexit rotting rubbish fears

DEFRA has rejected claims that a no-deal Brexit could result in piles of polluting waste bound for export and overflowing slurry stores in England

Felixstowe Port
The waste industry fears that in the event of a no-deal Brexit, back ups at ports such as Felixstowe, could cause severe disruptions

DEFRA has rejected claims that a no-deal Brexit could result in piles of polluting waste bound for export and overflowing slurry stores in England.

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