Brexit rules see 100,000 export orders for trees axed in Northern Ireland

Brexit rules see 100,000 export orders for trees axed in Northern Ireland
The rules - that came into force on January 1 as part of the Northern Ireland protocol - states plants cannot be imported into Northern Ireland if they have soil on their roots, or have been grown in soil.

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