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  • nick615 said:
    ciaranmcgrenera  Don't you/we know anyone in the UK who could buy them and pass on?  If suppliers were acceptable last year, without wrecking the EU they must be OK now.  It's only Brexit pettiness, just to be awkward.
    I probably do, but it’s not a law I’m going to break. It’s there for a reason, and if customs did have a look in that bit of post I’d be out the cost of the phytosanitary cert.

    to be fair it’s not pettiness- these arrangements exist for any EU country where other agreements aren’t in place- that now includes the UK, until a proper trade relationship (one that wasn’t negotiated on the back of a fab box) can be established.

    I’m more annoyed I can’t get willow supports now.
  • NewBoy2NewBoy2 BristolPosts: 1,800
    Sort of relevant.

    Some sports commentators will say " I Land " instead of "Ireland" .

    Im "In Glish " and would like to apologise for their lack of vocabulary .

    I have emailed the BBC and ITV many times to get them to be more respectful.

    Hope your gardening goes well.

    Everyone is just trying to be Happy.....So lets help Them.
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