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Country’s claim that meat exports are suffering wins support from 14 countries.
Customs expert warns that open border between tariff regimes was an invitation to smuggle.
EU and UK negotiators reach a new Brexit agreement that would avoid a hard border.
We examine the impact of the Brexit plans under discussion between the EU and UK.
The sector issues a final plea for a no-deal Brexit to be avoided at all costs, saying the prospect is already hitting jobs.
No deal Brexit is not the end. It’s only the beginning. To the no-deal Brexiters who say, ‘I just want to leave” or “leave means leave”: you do realise that we will be trying to get a new deals the minute we leave, don’t you?
Philip Hammond - Tariff free trade deals would only contribute a tiny amount to our GDP... so we must quash "this myth that third country trade deals will solve all our problems"
British goods face tariffs of up to 60 per cent while many imports won't be charged any under latest Tory plans.
Labour says the government "fiddling while Rome burns" as business groups complain they were ignored.
The NI dairy industry has warned of a "doomsday scenario" for processors and farmers if there is a no-deal Brexit.
Industry body says tariffs put jobs at risk but shares in European drinks makers rise.
UK automotive industry puts the record straight on ‘no deal’ Brexit impact, as Parliament debates the meaningful vote.
A leading dairy co-operative has warned that a no-deal Brexit would "wipe out" profitability in the dairy sector.
Carmakers fear disorderly exit would cripple the just-in-time supply chain, investment and lead to tariff barriers
A leading Brexiteer has explained why he voted for Leave – giving a reason that turns out to be false.
Sir, — Michael Cavaghan-Pack’s contention (Letters, 6 September) that tariffs are placed by the European Union on developing countries needs to be addressed.
A government adviser told this British businessman to replant his company in the European Union because they have “no information” about what to do after Brexit deadline.
"...rules of origin are how customs authorities classify where an exported product has originated. The rate of duty that importers are required to pay when bringing goods into a country depends on three elements – the type of goods (which is classified by a ‘tariff code’), the country the goods are being imported into, and where they are judged to have ‘originated’ from – i.e. the origin."
The UK government is reviewing plans to remove tariffs on a wide range of imports post-Brexit, following warnings that it would undermine the country's oil refining industry.