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piggynose | 12:47 Sun 26th Jun 2022 | Business & Finance
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A surprise for you!
If you have to have anything sent to you by post, you will have to pay a tariff.
I had a wee shock last week, a package a friend sent me, which cost him £6, insisted on a 2nd charge of €6. The Spanish post office said it was a result of Brexit!!!

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Soon be cheaper to put stuff in a carry-on bag and get a cheap flight to wherever, distributing the gifts and whatnot at arrivals.
If we buy from a UK company that has done all the annoying paper work needed now we don't pay VAT in England and the company pays the Irish tax on our behalf . That rarely happens and folk are being caught out by incorrect or non-existent paper work and wind up paying two lots of VAT.

Amazon if fine for thing they sell themselves and will sort out any mistakes which are few.

As long as you stay under the limit, Dougie. :-)

This is a pain in the rear.
I doubt any nation is forced to add a charge. It'll be a government decision, most likely. If a nation don't want custom from UK customers that's their deliberate choice. UK citizens can opt to support the UK economy/market instead, and quite right too.
And, of course, vice versa for those presently buying from the UK.

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