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Chris Grayling in High Court over Brittany Ferries Brexit deal

Tiverton Mid Devon Gazette Tuesday, 21 May 2019
Chris Grayling in High Court over Brittany Ferries Brexit dealDepartment for Transport has already paid £33million in an out of court settlement over £100m Brexit contract with three ferry firms.
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