Retailers hit with Brexit double tariff whammy
Importers with long-established supply chains are experiencing the ‘bombshell’ of having to pay British and EU tariffs
Ireland’s robins could be about to join our fishermen as some of the first casualties of Brexit.
With retailers, hauliers and ferry companies scrambling to keep stores fully stocked as the new customs and food safety regulations unleashed by Brexit take hold, it appears that bird feed could be one of the first products to run short.
Eoin Fitzpatrick, managing director of Fitzpatrick Wholesale in Dublin, says he ordered three pallets of feed...
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Chris Patten: The UK’s hard Brexit choices have arrived
The UK government’s policy review reflects a characteristic Johnsonian feature: a chasm between aspirations and reality that cannot be bridged by make-believe and mendacity
Lucinda Creighton: As value of imports and exports plummet in wake of Brexit, we need an urgent solution
A fall of 65 per cent in British imports to Ireland in January gives lie to the mere ‘teething problems’ claimed by Brexiteers, with the collapse now in full swing
Brian Keegan: Britain’s inability to get the NI protocol to work exposes its failure to prepare
The latest grace periods for checks and controls are merely a sticking plaster to hide how horribly unprepared Boris Johnson’s government is for the practicalities of Brexit
Cathal Mac Coille: Like it or not, the Northern Ireland protocol is the only realistic option
British bad faith puts Ireland in a difficult, but not hopeless, position, and the case for a cooperative approach to the North remains as strong as ever