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Old 01.10.2018, 14:54
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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So, like here then.

Tom
Er no actually. When you import things commercially (from the UK to CH), you need transit documents and to queue (in my case it was Dover for an hour and then Basel for an hour or 2) to have all paperwork done. Yes, the bill for duty and MwsT did come later, but there are thousands of people employed at the borders to process the paperwork, and sometimes to do a spot check.
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