Yes but Thentransition period would allow time for a free trade deal to be done. Apparently.So who has received feedback from higher up the food chain on Boris's latest offering? (And I'm not talking about the tanker driver).
Regulatory union, but not customs union. Presume this means that goods that cross the border still have tariffs applied, though they will be legal on standards conformity. This would still appear to kill a lot of the cross border trade that occurs now, depending on what tariffs are applied.
It won’t happen no government can counternace food inflation. Especially when it could be seen as their fault. We will be thrown under the bus and have to plan Accordingly. The naïveté of my industry on this subject astounds me.@lazy farmer yes it's absolutely essential that the UK reciprocates with tariffs. And no matter what the current plan for tariffs is, if the EU puts up the wall, I'd fully expect Boris to respond to that. It will be in his interest to have his own wall for the EU to want taken down.
As for NI products with a home grown market. Can't speak for other companies, but yes Dale Farm would be reasonable in that regard. Whey I think is one that goes abroad, and as you'd know it's very important in the cheese stream...
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-49958593The statement from the ni dairy council today does not bode well in a no deal but its maybe fake news so carry on
I wonder if Moggsy managed to get the assets of his investment company (Somerset Asset Management) moved to his newly created DUBLIN based company and so allowing him to carry on doing business with his EU clients? Hypocrite is too fancy a word for him!As Moggsy said 50 years,I'm living today