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Brexit deal proposes ‘border in the Irish Sea’ arrangement

Shipping companies could face a so-called ‘border in the Irish Sea’ arrangement under the Brexit agreement reached between the United Kingdom and European Union negotiators, with the additional prospect of many EU maritime regulations continuing to apply in respect of Northern Ireland

‘This deal does deviate substantially from the previous administration’s withdrawal agreement. This will mean that in longer term the UK and EU’s customs systems could be dealigned,’ says Richard Ballantyne of BPA

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