May 22, 2017

BPA comments on Conservative’s Election Manifesto

Commenting on the Conservative Party’s General Election Manifesto, published today, the British Ports Association Policy Manager, Mark Simmonds, said: On proposals to withdraw from the customs […]
May 22, 2017

BPA welcomes trade commitments in Labour Party manifesto

Commenting on the leaked draft of the Labour Party’s General Election Manifesto, the British Ports Association Chief Executive Richard Ballantyne welcomed the proposals to increase trade […]
May 22, 2017

BPA comments on the GBER guidelines on state aids

17 May 2017 Commenting on today’s news that the European Commission had formally adopted the new General Block Exemption Regulations (GBER) on state aids, the British […]
May 15, 2017

BPA warns against hasty decisions regarding the Le Touquet treaty

Commenting on recent speculation that the newly-elected French President Emmanuel Macron might look to renegotiate the Le Touquet agreement, the British Ports Association Chief Executive Richard Ballantyne […]