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Empty shelves in Tesco, Banbridge, Northern Ireland.  Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Government officials have raised queries with the European Commission about post-Brexit “rules of origin” restrictions that are disrupting supply chai(...)

Northern Ireland is bearing the brunt of Brexit: Empty  shelves in Tesco, Banbridge.  Photograph:  Brian Lawless/PA Wire

There has been no more frustrating a place than “T11” at Dublin Port for lorry drivers, customs agents and businesses since Brexit kicked in just over(...)

Photograph: Will Oliver/EPA

Tesco, Britain’s biggest retailer, has experienced some disruption to supplies, particularly to Ireland, North and South, since a post-Brexit trade de(...)

Depleted shelves in Marks & Spencer at Donegall Place in Belfast as major retailers in Northern Ireland continue to experience Brexit-related disruption. Photograph: PA

Britain’s major supermarkets have warned the UK government that “urgent intervention” is required to prevent significant disruption to Northern Irelan(...)

A truck driver checks in with security at the Port of Larne. Photograph: Mark Marlow/Bloomberg

British businesses are asking some customers in Northern Ireland and the Republic to foot the bill for extra paperwork and other post-Brexit costs, co(...)

Armed police officers at Waterloo Station during the morning rush hour in London, as England’s third national lockdown to curb spread of coronavirus continues. Photograph: Victoria Jones/PA Wire

British police have promised tougher enforcement of social distancing rules as supermarkets said they will refuse entry to anyone not wearing a face c(...)

Irish families turned to boxes of sweets this year for some festive cheer. Photograph: Richard Baker/Getty Images

Irish shoppers spent a record €1.2 billion on groceries in December, as a smaller Christmas for many families did not translate into a smaller bill at(...)

While there is no doubt about empty shelves in some stores, others have downplayed the extent of the problem. Photograph: Alan Betson

The British government is likely to resist increasing pressure from the DUP for it to override the Northern Ireland protocol because of trade disrupti(...)

Marks & Spencer in Grafton Street, Dublin. Photogtaph:  Tom Honan

Marks & Spencer may buy more Irish goods as the department store chain seeks ways to avoid post-Brexit tariff confusion. Industry body the Britis(...)

Rosslare Europort reported an almost 500 per cent increase in freight units on ferries to and from France and Spain in the first six sailing days of January. Photograph: Alan Betson

Rosslare Europort, the State’s second busiest lorry freight port, recorded a sixfold increase in freight on direct routes with Europe this week, while(...)

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