French officials dismiss UK fears of Calais 'go-slow' after Brexit

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Xavier Bertrand, president of the Hauts-de-France region which includes the port, said ensuring the 'fluidity' of trade was essential.

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French officials have rejected suggestions they could resort to a "go-slow" policy at the port of Calais if there is no Brexit deal, reports the BBC.