– Ask Ireland for advice – the UK government says cross-border companies

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    The British government said it would seek bilateral agreements with Ireland in dealing with the border follows the collapse of the UK from the EU without a deal.
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The British government said it would seek bilateral agreements with Ireland in dealing with the border follows the collapse of the UK from the EU without a deal.

It also recommended that any business cross-border trade on the island of Ireland to consult with the government of Ireland about the type of training necessary for a “doomsday” scenario.

Secretary of the UK leaving the UK Dominic Raab has released the first tranche of the “technical information” in detail the drugs to be without Internet yesterday, quarter, and month.

In a subsequent press conference, he reiterated the commitment of the UK towards its obligations in the framework of the good Friday agreement.

“We say loud and clear that we will not allow anything to disrupt the terms of the Belfast agreement, or to return to some form of rigid boundaries, on the border,” Mr. Raab said.

“And that is a clear obligation and we have no intention of relenting from him.”

However, for a long time Brexiteer gave no details on how this can be technically or legally administered, given that Ireland was to the EU and the UK to a third country. Both parties have a legal requirement to set boundaries.

When asked if this meant that special training for Northern Ireland, Mr Raab said: “I’m not quite sure what it would look like, I’m not hypothetically a rule or not.”

He also said that the UK will continue to negotiate with individual member States of the EU should not implement wider agreement from the current negotiations of the EU and the UK.

However, the Irish government is adamant that it will only participate in issues relating to the quarter and month in the EU-27. This, in particular, where trade, customs, and rules relating to the exclusive competence of the EU.

Technical assessments of the UK saying “the UK government is clear that in this case we have to respect our unique relationship with Ireland, with whom we share a land border and who are counterparties of the Belfast Agreement”.

“We are pleased that they finally understand this as an emergency and come to terms with the nightmare that would ensue if they sleep,” said an Irish source, quarter, and month.

The plan of the Government of Ireland and began to use the first 1000 customs officers will start before Christmas.

However, the British administration to advise the company, contact the Irish state companies if they are worried about the impact of WTO rules that would apply in the event of failure of negotiations.

“We recommend that if you trade via land border, you should consider if you really need advice from the Irish government on the preparation needs to be done”, – the document says.

Hard to leaving the UK is huge – for example, the cost of credit card payments will immediately jump in the UK will no longer be included in the EU ban on hidden credit card fees.

An EU Directive introduced in January has stopped the practice of retailers, airlines and other businesses, hitting customers with hidden fees when using a credit or debit card – sometimes up to 20pcs.

In addition, the documents show British citizens living abroad could lose access to their Bank accounts.

If no prior arrangement shall be put into place, the UK banks would lose access to payment systems in the EU.

“The customers (including business using these operators for processing Euro payments) could face rising costs and increased processing time of the operations of the Euro”, – stated in the document on financial transactions.

The British government recommends that enterprises trade with the EU should start planning for the new customs audits and to invest in new software or logistical assistance.

“The free movement of goods between the UK and the EU will be stopped,” he said.

It is expected that two more tranches of more than 80 documents in total will be released in the coming weeks.

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