Irish food security post Brexit

McTell

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No
I don't know why they can't keep everything the same as now until the trade deal is signed off.

The degree of proposed national masochism and martyrdom you read about is off the scale.
 


Myler

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Not necessarily with careful planning and sensible stockpiling.
It's August, and they're gone at end October.
I don't know why they can't keep everything the same as now until the trade deal is signed off.
Mrs May seemed to have a similar perspective. Didn't go too well for her.
Are the 3 brexit busting ships not running at full capacity now to mainland Europe ?
They're in service, certainly, and I'm sure eventually supply chains will be re-established.

But hasn't planning generally assumed an orderly exit? And even that is expected to be a problem?
“I think the State side is very well prepared. I just don’t think it is possible for all the operators in the supply chain to be adequately prepared so there will be a difficult transition,”
 


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