British PM Johnson admits teething problems at customs border

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has claimed trade in Northern Ireland is “flowing smoothly” but admitted there have been “teething problems” following the end of the post-Brexit transition period of trade with the European Union. During a committee hearing with lawmakers on Wednesday, where he was quizzed about the end of the transition period, Johnson said exporters were “benefitting from the unfettered access to Great Britain and Northern Ireland.” “I’m not going to deny there are teething problems, and there are issues we need to sort out, there are changes involved, but the deal has b…

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