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UK cancels Brexit contracts with DFDS and Brittany Ferries

The UK's Department for Transport has decided to cancel the Brexit contracts signed with ferry operators DFDS and Brittany Ferries, which were meant to ensure extra capacity in case of a no-deal Brexit, DFDS confirms to ShippingWatch.

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The UK has canceled its Brexit contracts with DFDS, on which the shipping company has been executing since March 29, the original Brexit deadline.

In addition to DFDS, the contracts also encompass British ferry operator Brittany Ferries.

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