It’s pretty bad that I don’t find this overly surprising
I'm starting to think this might not turn out great....
What's odd is the sudden faux concern over the fisheries...
Yeah but I saw Boris on TV saying there's no paperwork, no border in the Irish Sea, and that we can now sell to the world. So I think you're all just lying tbh, bloody project fearmongers.
I wrote a response but thought it was too aggressive @Buckley so deleted it.
I was laughing that a company would send out that kind of absolute guff on email. Makes me wonder how that person can wipe their arse let alone run a company.
Think it very much depends on what you are exporting- my market (food) is super tough at the moment due to a huge increase in documentation needed, vet certifications, export health, all that stuff. Makes a low margin, UK manufactured product unviable for EU export currently.@Springal
Yes, I run a company that exports to Europe on a regular basis. We are a small business. There has been zero paperwork to ROI (I'm talking letter FAO Customs which needs to be attached the side of items) as a result of there being no hard border. I've also shipped to the Netherlands and Germany. The paperwork took me all of 5 minutes.
The fishing trade is 'not dying'. Don't believe the hype. They wanted a complete red line in UK fishing waters what they got was a 15% increase on current catchments.
I've read the legislation and export yet I'm the clueless one, be careful making assumptions.
If you want to debate this further drop me a DM.
No, we need to shut down any scrutiny, they just need to believe harder.Indeed we have left the EU - but we're still going to be suffering the consequences for years and those that pushed for it should be held to account on that.