Rod Mckenzie of the Road Haulage Association claims that lorry drivers are already having tests done upon arrival in the UK, and new mandatory testing will have 'minimal' impacts on efficiency. @TomSwarbrick1 | #SwarbrickOnSunday | @rjdmc
"Brexit stockpiling is one thing, the Christmas rush is another but the absolute hammer blow now is to close the borders for 48 hours." Rod McKenzie, from Road Haulage Association, reacts to France banning travel and freight into the country from the UK
Developers looking to build a subdivision on McKenzie Road in Caledonia and Haudenosaunee land defenders don’t agree on much of anything. But these days they are both unimpressed by the OPP @jpantonacci reports
Rod Mckenzie of the Road Haulage Association tells LBC that the UK will not run out of food post-Brexit, but there may be a noticeable drop in the amount of variety in supermarkets. @mattfrei | @rjdmc
@CENTCOM commander McKenzie is spot on here. - "Unless the international community finds a way to repatriate, reintegrate... & support [IDPs across #Syria & #Iraq ]... we are buying ourselves a strategic problem 10 years down the road."
"We are heading for a shambles" Rod McKenzie from the Road Haulage Association says whether it's a deal or no deal Brexit come 31 December, the government is "sleep-walking to a disaster" on border preparations, in part because of untested IT systems
“It’s been a long time coming,” McKenzie said. "It was a hard road, especially for the long-time fans who were used to going all the time.”