UK car industry warns next PM no-deal Brexit is not an option
Britain's car industry called for the next UK prime minister to secure a Brexit deal which keeps frictionless trade with the EU, warning a no-deal exit risked border disruption and billions of pounds in tariffs.
The appeal comes a day after Boris Johnson, the favourite to become prime minister in a leadership contest, said he was serious about taking the UK out without agreement on Oct.
31, if a new Brexit deal could not be reached.
Francis Maguire reports.