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23-7-2019 8:12 pm  #1


Anybody notice a likeness....

http://i67.tinypic.com/2my6gdj.jpg


 
 

03-1-2021 8:04 am  #2


Re: Anybody notice a likeness....

whar are the new rules for allowance now we left eu.i came into the uk via leeds bradrord 28th there were boarder force there waiting but from what i saw nobody was stoped.i have been informend now we have left the eu we have gone back to the old days 200 cigs 250g tobbaco how true is this info please

 

03-1-2021 1:07 pm  #3


Re: Anybody notice a likeness....

You are correct but you can only have 200 cigs or 250 grms of baccy. You can't have both. Same with cigars.

Alcohol allowance has increased from the old duty free allowance. Can't remember offhand what they are.


 
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03-1-2021 11:44 pm  #4


Re: Anybody notice a likeness....

I should have added, to avoid confusion, this only applies to GB and not Northern Ireland. 

As it stands, according to .GovUK website you can still import unlimited amounts of goods from the EU into NI. I see this creating problems for anyone who is travelling from the EU to NI via the GB mainland as according to the regs they would have to be declared at UK customs.

There is also an ''invisible'' border between NI and GB which our illustrious lying Prime Minister always promised there never would be, so you cannot bring same goods from NI without declaring them.

At this point in time I have no idea how we would defend someone who was in transit through GB with goods. With commercial operators they use ''duty suspension'' arrangements not available to personal shoppers.


 
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