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FTAI partners with Declaron to offer Ireland-Britain customs service 202

FTAI partners with Declaron to offer Ireland-Britain customs service 202

24th September 2020 – Access to sufficient numbers of expert Customs agents and brokers will be critical to the continued free flow of goods between Ireland and Britain, once the Brexit transition period comes to end on 31 December 2020, according to Freight Transport Association Ireland (FTAI), the business group representing the Irish logistics sector. To help Irish businesses manage the new customs clearance processes, the FTAI has launched...

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GOVERNMENT BLAMES HAULIERS FOR BREXIT CHAOS

GOVERNMENT BLAMES HAULIERS FOR BREXIT CHAOS

23rd September 2020 – London, UK: The British government is deflecting blame for its customs failures onto the haulage industry. Hauliers say they are being “fitted up” for the inevitable disruption caused by poor government Brexit choices, systems unready to handle customs clearance, and a failure to extend the Brexit transition period. The leaked letter, from Michael Gove, chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, and the minister responsible for...

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Dealing with customs declarations key to avoid being overwhelmed by Brexit

Dealing with customs declarations key to avoid being overwhelmed by Brexit

20th September 2020 – Regardless of the outcome of the Brexit negotiations, our trading relationship with the UK will change fundamentally and irrevocably on January 1. While the Brexit process may have been plagued with uncertainty up until now, the only absolute certainty in relation to the trading relationship is that moving goods to, from, or through the UK (excluding Northern Ireland) will require a customs declaration from January...

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No-deal Brexit looms as UK-EU trade tensions grow

No-deal Brexit looms as UK-EU trade tensions grow

17 September 2020 – Fears of a damaging no-deal Brexit are mounting following the latest fallout between Westminster and Brussels over future trading arrangements from 1 January 2021. The row revolves around attempts by the UK to overrule parts of the Withdrawal Agreement it signed with the European Union a year ago, providing for an open border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland in the event of...

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'Alternative to Irish backstop' consultant in line for £200m contract

‘Alternative to Irish backstop’ consultant in line for £200m contract

16th September 2020 – © AFP/Getty Former Washington lobbyist Shanker Singham has been described as the ‘Brexiteers’ brain’. A consultant who had a leading role in the campaign for an alternative to Theresa May’s Irish border “backstop” is in the running for all or part of a £200m government contract related to the post-Brexit checks down the Irish sea. Shanker Singham, one of the main proponents of the so-called “alternative...

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Brexit will mean checks on goods crossing Irish Sea, government admits

The government has privately conceded there will be post-Brexit checks on goods crossing the Irish Sea, months after Boris Johnson insisted there would be no such trade barriers. In a letter to the executive office in Stormont the government confirmed there would be border control posts in three ports, Belfast, Warrenpoint and Larne. Declan Kearney, one of the two junior ministers in the executive office, the regional equivalent of the Cabinet...

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