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Previously on "Not even 100 days and welcome to “Food scarcity fears”"

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  • TestMangler
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    Originally posted by AtW View Post

    A fair solution under the circumstances - DUP will be content is England is starving (of fresh produce) also.
    And why not ? It is a precious union and we're all in it together.

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  • AtW
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    UK food manufacturers face fresh hit from Brexit red tape

    EU will require additional paperwork covering multi-ingredient products from April 21”

    https://www.ft.com/content/154f32d8-...5-d12d28a0e828

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  • vetran
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    Originally posted by BlasterBates View Post

    It will be after the 1st of April.
    No it won't as the government are discussing an extension to the interim period.

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  • BlasterBates
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    Originally posted by vetran View Post

    You would have thought so but for some reason it isn't happening both ways. I wonder why?
    It will be after the 1st of April.

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  • PCTNN
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    Can we not live on jam, biscuits and british happier fish?

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  • NotAllThere
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    Originally posted by AtW View Post
    vetran and Co would rather choke on turnips than admit that Brexit was a Mor Onic idea
    a) Turnips are tasty.
    b) What has Piers of GMB got to do with anything?

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  • vetran
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  • vetran
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    Originally posted by SueEllen View Post

    We invented the paperwork so we should know how to fill it incorrectly so the EU can process it.
    You would have thought so but for some reason it isn't happening both ways. I wonder why?

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  • SueEllen
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    Originally posted by vetran View Post
    The other option is of course sourcing our food from elsewhere if we find the EU is unable to cope with third country requirements on customs paperwork as it seems some of our companies are.

    Thought for the year - If we had stayed we would have been at 6% of the population vaccinated now not 32.9%. I bet you morons would go for that.
    We invented the paperwork so we should know how to fill it incorrectly so the EU can process it.

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  • vetran
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    The other option is of course sourcing our food from elsewhere if we find the EU is unable to cope with third country requirements on customs paperwork as it seems some of our companies are.

    Thought for the year - If we had stayed we would have been at 6% of the population vaccinated now not 32.9%. I bet you morons would go for that.

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  • AtW
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    Originally posted by BlasterBates View Post
    Indeed the introduction of new import controls could get interesting. Think Northern Ireland.
    A fair solution under the circumstances - DUP will be content is England is starving (of fresh produce) also.

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  • BlasterBates
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    Indeed the introduction of new import controls could get interesting. Think Northern Ireland.

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  • Not even 100 days and welcome to “Food scarcity fears”

    Food scarcity fears prompt plan to ease post-Brexit checks on EU imports

    Ministers considering ‘lighter touch’ regime to avoid disruption to supplies from bloc

    Ministers are preparing to relax post-Brexit plans for border checks on food and other imports from the European Union because of fears that they will further damage trade and could lead to severe shortages in UK supermarkets.

    The Observer has been told by multiple industry sources that Boris Johnson’s new Brexit minister, Lord Frost, is considering allowing “lighter touch” controls on imports from 1 April than are currently planned, and scaling back plans for full customs checks, including physical inspections, which are due to begin on 1 July.

    One source said he had been told that Frost was preparing to put the plans, which could mean imports being allowed in even if clerical errors have been made by European companies, before fellow cabinet ministers this week, as evidence grows of how Brexit has hit trade with the EU.”

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics...-on-eu-imports

    vetran and Co would rather choke on turnips than admit that Brexit was a Mor Onic idea

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