Northern Ireland dairy firm fears Brexit impact on border trade



With the outlook for the United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union still uncertain, dairy operators in Northern Ireland are in the dark about how their businesses will fare in a post-Brexit world.

With Prime Minister Boris Johnson committed to the United Kingdom’s withdrawal on Oct. 31 with or without an agreement with the bloc, one milk producer has warned it faces significant financial pain if Britain exits without a deal in place.

“The biggest problem for us would be a no-deal Brexit. We are clear that there are no benefits at all,” said 51-year old Cormac Cunningham, manager of Strathroy Dairy.



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