WWII RAF bomb found at Chris Grayling’s ‘No Deal Brexit’ lorry park

CHRIS Grayling’s No Deal push was hit by a WWII RAF bomb yesterday – as diggers were forced to stop emergency work at Manston Airport.

Bomb disposal squads were called to the site – earmarked for a lorry park if Britain crashes out without an agreement – just before 11am to get rid of the device.

Chris Graylings No Deal emergency work has been halted after a WW2 RAF bomb was found
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Chris Grayling’s emergency work has been halted after a WWIIRAF bomb was discovered on the site[/caption]

The bomb was planted in the 1940s to destroy the airfield in the event of a Nazi invasion.

The Transport Secretary has been nicknamed “Failing Grayling” because of the long list of blunders he has made in Government.

He handed out a No Deal Brexit contract to a ferry company that did not have any ships.

And he later had to pay out a staggering £33m to settle a court case with Eurotunnel over the contract, which Seaborne Freight ended up pulling out of.

Diggers were forced to stop working at the site at Manston Airport which is set to become a lorry park in the event of no deal
Chris Eades

Diggers were forced to stop working at the site at Manston Airport which is set to become a lorry park in the event of a No Deal[/caption]



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