© 2020 – 2022 AEA3 WEB | AEAƎ United Kingdom News
Image default
News

UK ports consider legal action after Rees-Mogg delays Brexit controls

Companies fear millions wasted on hurriedly built infrastructure as minister delays import checks for fourth time

Some of Britain’s biggest seaports are considering legal action against the government to recover the costs of building border control posts they fear will never be used, after confirmation that post-Brexit import checks will be delayed for a fourth time.

Physical checks on fresh food and plants from the EU were due to begin in July but have been pushed back to the end of 2023, the Brexit opportunities minister, Jacob Rees-Mogg, confirmed in a written statement published on Thursday. Instead, he announced plans to digitise all checks and paperwork at the border, with a new strategy published in the autumn.

Continue reading…

Related posts

Two teenage boys guilty of murder of Oliver Stephens, 13

AEA3

Ghislaine Maxwell warned Epstein’s house manager not to ‘look at his eyes’, court hears

AEA3

Chances of Brexit deal hang on Boris Johnson and Ursula von de Leyen dinner

AEA3

Your ads here. Click here