UK’s revised Brexit plan calls for intra-customs clearance on Irish Sea

By David Osler Oct 2 2019 / Lloyd’s List

Under the British government’s tweak to its Brexit withdrawal plan, cargoes travelling across the Irish Sea could have to complete customs formalities as early as next month, even where both the port of loading and the port of discharge are part of the UK

‘We will potentially need to create border infrastructure and complexity at even more UK ports than we’re currently anticipating. None of this, sadly, should be treated lightly’ — UK Major Ports Group chief executive Tim Morris

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