The British voted for more bureaucracy – and got it in spades.

Almost three-quarters of British manufacturers are struggling to cope with delays in moving goods in and out of the EU due to Brexit and the coronavirus pandemic, a trade survey has revealed. Two months after the UK left the EU, 74% of firms said they are facing delays with EU imports and exports due to mounting frd tape , customs checks and disruption to global trade, research from the manufacturing trade group Make UK found. One boss said Brexit has “created a lot of extra bureaucracy that just wasn’t there before”, while another added: “Eventually we manage to get the goods over, but it just takes a lot longer.   (The Week, 11 Mar 2021).

My comment:  WhT did they expect?

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