Felixstowe Port in ‘chaos’ as Christmas and Brexit loom

Two months ago, the

former Transport Secretary Chris Grayling was hired to advise the port’s parent company Hutchison Ports Europe, which is based in London. The register of MP’s financial interests shows he’s being paid £100,000 for “around seven hours” of work per week.

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