General election: Boris Johnson admits there will be Brexit customs checks
Sunday, 8 December 2019 Boris Johnson has admitted there will be some customs checks for goods after Brexit if they are destined for the Republic of Ireland. Speaking on Sunday, the prime minister also contradicted claims made by official government papers and his Brexit secretary, and continued to insist there will no checks between goods flowing between Northern Ireland and Great Britain. It comes after Jeremy Corbyn brandished leaked government papers on Friday showing a Treasury analysis of the prime minister’s proposed Brexit deal. The Labour leader said it offered “cold, hard evidence” the prime minister was misleading the public. Download the new Indpendent Premium app Sharing the full story, not...
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The EU has warned Boris Johnson of "sanctions" if he fails to implement controversial goods checks in the Irish Sea after Brexit, opening up a fresh potential... Belfast Telegraph Also reported by •Deutsche Welle •SmartBrief •Independent