I will.I'm not telling you stuff from a third of a century ago.
I haven’t waved a flag in my entire adult life (it’s far too energetic and un-British). As the child of an immigrant I have a quiet pride for this country, and I’ve been proud and honoured to work with the armed forces of this country.
It would be helpful if you linked to the BBC article you go the headline from.
Brexit: GB-NI trade 'will involve 30 million declarations' a year
Who never saw that coming?...
Obfuscation and fvckwittery. All remainers have left and all they have ever had.It would be helpful if you linked to the BBC article you go the headline from.
As you clearly forgot to do so, I pasted the article below, with the important bit in green bold. 30,000,000 declarations a year works out at just under 1 a second, so not exactly difficult to cope with.
The new Irish Sea border will involve as many as 30 million customs declarations annually on trade between Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
The comments were made in a briefing to businesses in NI by government adviser Frank Dunsmuir.
Northern Ireland will leave the EU's customs union at the end of the Brexit transition in January.
However, it will enforce EU customs rules at its ports, meaning goods coming from GB will need declarations.
Mr Dunsmuir works for Fujitsu, which is part of a consortium providing a Trader Support Service (TSS) to NI businesses.
The TSS will help traders with the customs declarations, using a new digital system.
It has opened for registration so businesses can start to provide necessary data before it goes live at the end of December.
Modern technologyIn a seminar run by Manufacturing NI, Mr Dunsmuir said the new system would be able to cope with the high number of declarations.
He used the analogy of buying goods on Amazon where it is a smooth and rapid process so long as the correct "master data" has been provided in advance.
"The TSS needs to be able to take advantage of modern digital technology," he added.
The government is to spend up to £355m on the TSS.
It has committed £50m for the establishment and first phase of the service, with the full contract worth up to £200m.
A further £155m will be available for technology investment to digitise and streamline the new processes.
My post was to counter:Think that sums up the EU in a nutshell
The U.K.’s David Frost’s insistence on progress clashed with Michel Barnier’s more sober assessment.www.politico.eu
Still struggling with the concept that as a Sovereign Nation, free of the EU shackles, the UK is perfectly entitled to say '' **** you ''
1. A level playing field dictated by the EU you can ram up your hoop.
2. Governance under the ECJ you can ram up your hoop.
3. Fisheries in UK waters are under control of the UK. Any attempt to dictate by the EU you can ram up your hoop.
All in all Higgsy, a good word for describing the EU.