Brexit minister Lord Frost will set out how he intends to resolve issues around barriers to trade between Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Marks & Spencer has warned that customers in Northern Ireland will face gaps on shelves and price increases due to "labyrinthine restrictions" related to post-Brexit customs checks. Its chairman, Archie Norman, said the rules were "pointless and byzantine" and "destructive" for business and called for a "common sense approach to enforcement". The chain, which is one of the largest UK-based retailers operating in Ireland, is already cutting Christmas products in the region. It has reduced the num
Trade between Britain and the EU is currently subject to a so-called grace period, with light-touch checks, which runs out in September.