Thursday October 1, 2020

No Deal, No Border

In the event of no deal Brexit, we now know the UK’s plan for the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland: pretend it doesn’t exist.

17th March, 2019

In the event of no deal Brexit, we now know the UK’s plan for the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland: pretend it doesn’t exist.

On Wednesday, amidst the Westminster Brexit hullabaloo, Whitehall published a list of the tariffs it would levy on imports under a no deal scenario, alongside its plan to avoid a hard Irish border. In summary: the UK will not levy tariffs on imports, no matter where...

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