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Well that’s the end of that. But the cancellation of extra ferry sailings by the UK government will come at a cost – and the £50m is on top of £33m compensation awarded to Eurotunnel and claimed by P&O Ferries. Does it, however, portend to wider implications? “With the date of Brexit pushed back from 29 March to 31 October, the contracts have been cancelled, possibly indicating the government is no longer anticipating a no-deal Brexit,” writes The Guardian.

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