Brexit: Gb postpones customs checks on EU goods

LONDON, 14 SEP – The British government of Boris Johnson today announced the decision to postpone to 2022 a series of controls on the import-export of certain goods between the EU and the United Kingdom, provided for by the post Brexit agreements with Brussels and which would in part be due to come into force on October 1st. This is another unilateral move by London, following the one on the protocol for Northern Ireland. Minister David Frost explained that the postponement will concern pharmaceutical and phytosanitary products, coming both from the EU area and from the rest of the world, and that it is necessary due to the repercussions from the Covid pandemic on business. (HANDLE).


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