Irish goods entering the Northern Ireland market will not face tariffs in a no deal Brexit.

However, Irish products entering the rest of the UK would face high tariffs on a range of food products.  The details are contained in a new no deal Brexit plan published by the government.   There will also be no checks or controls on the Irish border, according to the plan.  It says the plan recognises the unique circumstances of Northern Ireland.

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