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Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal shows its pitfalls more and more clearly.

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The export of fresh seafood to the EU in particular faces obstacles.

The truck driver was speechless. “Welcome to Brexit, sir, I’m sorry” – these were the words of a Dutch border official when he confiscated the Polish man’s ham sandwich. Other truck drivers and motorists on the England ferry in the port of Hoek of Holland were no different. Travelers fell victim to one of the many pitfalls of Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal that are now popping up every day.

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Accessed on January 13, 2021 at 8:27 am from https://www.sn.at/politik/weltpolitik/handel-mit-grossringen-stockt-98255707

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