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Brexit blamed for British exports to Ireland falling 65% in January

New customs rules also a factor in 41% drop in value of goods moving from UK to the EU

Trade between Great Britain and the Republic of Ireland in January plunged by 65% following the end of free movement of goods because of Brexit, according to new data.

The figures followed Office for National Statistics data last week that showed the UK’s overall export of goods to the EU slumped by 41% during the same period.

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