Brexit plans in ‘complete disarray’ as EU import checks delayed, say businesses

Tommy Tainant

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Post-Brexit border rules, due to come into force on 30 April, will require many meat, dairy and plant products from the EU to be physically checked at government border control posts (BCPs).

But trade bodies have said fresh confusion about when the checks would begin were “incredibly challenging” for business planning, while others said serious questions remained about the government’s readiness for the regime.

Oh dear. This brexit benefit has been cancelled again. I have no idea why a simple import tax has been postponed. This is the 6th time they have postpned.

How are we to appreciate the full benefits of brexit if we cancel the increse in prices due to brexit.
Brexit promised us a nirvana of low prices and lower taxes. When is this going to happen ?
If only there was a large group of countries that we could trade with on a no tariff terms?

If only ?
 
Turdy keeps hopping from one uninteresting subject to another, but somehow always manages to say nothing of general interest .

Bit like porn rag The Guardian which OP constantly uses for wiping his big brain bum .
Saves him trying to think for himself .
 

Post-Brexit border rules, due to come into force on 30 April, will require many meat, dairy and plant products from the EU to be physically checked at government border control posts (BCPs).

But trade bodies have said fresh confusion about when the checks would begin were “incredibly challenging” for business planning, while others said serious questions remained about the government’s readiness for the regime.

Oh dear. This brexit benefit has been cancelled again. I have no idea why a simple import tax has been postponed. This is the 6th time they have postpned.

How are we to appreciate the full benefits of brexit if we cancel the increse in prices due to brexit.
Brexit promised us a nirvana of low prices and lower taxes. When is this going to happen ?
If only there was a large group of countries that we could trade with on a no tariff terms?

If only ?
They'll either rejoin the EU or recreate it's former relationship with the EU soon enough
 
They'll either rejoin the EU or recreate it's former relationship with the EU soon enough
It has to come. Sooner rather than later.I think the adults are ready to see it get worse in order to make the next referendum a walk in. That isnt great but we cannot afford to fuck up this issue. (again)
We need to suffer a bit more.
 
British farmers, who were pro-Brexit:

"Wait? You mean without preferential access to European markets, like we had in the EU, we can't sell our stuff?"

Actions, meet consequences.
They were lied to. But they are generally not very bright. Mpstly conservative.
 

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