Brexit uncertainty over cross-border bus services

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According to the BBC, Chief Executive of Translink, Chris Conway gave evidence to a House of Lords Committee yesterday.  He said it was still unclear if the company will be able to run cross-border bus services in the event that the UK does not reach a deal with the EU.  Translink currently runs 70 cross-border services.  The issue concerns the Community Licence, the permit which allowed drivers to drive freely between EU member states.  However, in the event of no-deal, it is not yet known if the EU will recognise UK-issued Community Licenses.

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