British stance on used car sales in North raises hackles in Brussels
EU Commission has warned that Britain’s refusal to alter its charging model in the North following Brexit is distorting competition
A major row is developing between the EU and Britain after Brussels warned London that it isn’t charging enough Vat on used cars being sold in Northern Ireland.
Car dealers in the North expressed alarm last month after learning that they would have to begin charging Vat on the entire sale price of cars they had imported from Britain, rather than simply on their profit margin as they did before Brexit.
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Deirdre Heenan: DUP is digging itself deeper with challenge to protocol
A disingenuous and ill-advised legal wrangle will only highlight the fact that Northern Ireland is a place apart
Irish shoppers to face higher prices due to Brexit, food industry warns
FoodDrinkEurope says tariffs of up to 30 per cent are being levied on a variety of products that are routed through Britain to Ireland
Brian Keegan: It’s surprising anyone is surprised about effects of NI protocol
There seems little recognition that the special arrangement designates the North as a uniquely privileged trading zone
Fishermen express alarm after EU official shuts down revisiting quotas
Fishing industry insists Ireland should only lose half of the €40 million worth of catch it has been forced to give up as part of Brexit