Britain delays imposing restrictions on imports from the European Union

Britain announced on Thursday that it will delay imposing restrictions on goods from the European Union until the end of 2023.

The British government stated in a statement that the remaining import controls on European Union goods will not be introduced this year, stressing that traders will continue to transport their goods from the European Union to Great Britain as usual.

She reported that the Russian military operation in Ukraine and the recent rise in global energy costs had a significant impact on supply chains still recovering from the Corona virus pandemic.

In the statement, it said it had concluded that it would be wrong to impose new management requirements on companies that may pass on associated costs to consumers who are already facing pressure on their finances.

The government has indicated that it will now review how to implement these remaining controls in an improved manner.

She also confirmed that the new targeted operating model will be based on a better risk assessment and will harness the power of data and technology and will be deployed in the fall, noting that the new controls system will come into effect at the end of 2023.


Britain delays imposing restrictions on imports from the European Union   Britain announced on Thursday that it will delay imposing restrictions on goods from the European Union until the end of 2023.  The British government stated in a statement that the remaining import controls on European Union goods will not be introduced this year, stressing that traders will continue to transport their goods from the European Union to Great Britain as usual.  She reported that the Russian military operation in Ukraine and the recent rise in global energy costs had a significant impact on supply chains still recovering from the Corona virus pandemic.  In the statement, it said it had concluded that it would be wrong to impose new management requirements on companies that may pass on associated costs to consumers who are already facing pressure on their finances.  The government has indicated that it will now review how to implement these remaining controls in an improved manner.  She also confirmed that the new targeted operating model will be based on a better risk assessment and will harness the power of data and technology and will be deployed in the fall, noting that the new controls system will come into effect at the end of 2023.  She stressed that Britain will continue to apply the controls introduced in January 2021 on the most dangerous imports of animals, animal products, plants and plant products along with the customs controls already introduced.  Brexit Secretary Jacob Rees-Mogg said today's decision would allow British companies to focus on their recovery from the pandemic, dealing with global supply chain problems and making sure new costs are not passed on to consumers.  The Minister stressed that it was important for London to have a correct system of import controls in place, stressing that they would now work to review the remaining controls to better suit the UK's own interests.  He stated that the Kingdom wants the process of importing goods from the European Union to be safe, secure and efficient, and wants to harness innovative new technologies to simplify operations and reduce frictions.  It is worth noting that Britain left the EU's single market in January last year, and has postponed the implementation of its full post-Brexit controls on several occasions since then.  Source: British government website      British Conservative MP accused of watching pornographic clips in the House of Commons.. Johnson clarifies  LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Thursday that viewing pornography was not acceptable in any workplace, responding to a question about an investigation into allegations that a lawmaker watched obscene clips on his mobile phone in the House of Commons.  "It is clearly not acceptable for anyone to do such a thing in the workplace. This applies to any kind of work across the country," Johnson said, according to Reuters.  He noted that the specific case reported on Wednesday involving an unnamed member of Johnson's Conservative Party should be subject to appropriate action.  The Conservative Party said on Wednesday it was investigating the incident.  Two British newspapers reported that a male member of the Conservative Party was seen by his colleagues watching pornography in Parliament.  These accusations came at a meeting held on the night of Tuesday, April 26, in which female provincial deputies shared alleged accounts of sexual harassment. He did not name the MP, but a minister said she saw him watching the material when he was sitting next to her in the House of Commons.  A 2018 report after a series of sex scandals in Westminster found that nearly one in five MPs had been sexually harassed or witnessed inappropriate behavior in the previous year.


She stressed that Britain will continue to apply the controls introduced in January 2021 on the most dangerous imports of animals, animal products, plants and plant products along with the customs controls already introduced.

Brexit Secretary Jacob Rees-Mogg said today's decision would allow British companies to focus on their recovery from the pandemic, dealing with global supply chain problems and making sure new costs are not passed on to consumers.

The Minister stressed that it was important for London to have a correct system of import controls in place, stressing that they would now work to review the remaining controls to better suit the UK's own interests.

He stated that the Kingdom wants the process of importing goods from the European Union to be safe, secure and efficient, and wants to harness innovative new technologies to simplify operations and reduce frictions.

It is worth noting that Britain left the EU's single market in January last year, and has postponed the implementation of its full post-Brexit controls on several occasions since then.

Source: British government website

British Conservative MP accused of watching pornographic clips in the House of Commons.. Johnson clarifies

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Thursday that viewing pornography was not acceptable in any workplace, responding to a question about an investigation into allegations that a lawmaker watched obscene clips on his mobile phone in the House of Commons.

"It is clearly not acceptable for anyone to do such a thing in the workplace. This applies to any kind of work across the country," Johnson said, according to Reuters.

He noted that the specific case reported on Wednesday involving an unnamed member of Johnson's Conservative Party should be subject to appropriate action.

The Conservative Party said on Wednesday it was investigating the incident.

Two British newspapers reported that a male member of the Conservative Party was seen by his colleagues watching pornography in Parliament.

These accusations came at a meeting held on the night of Tuesday, April 26, in which female provincial deputies shared alleged accounts of sexual harassment. He did not name the MP, but a minister said she saw him watching the material when he was sitting next to her in the House of Commons.

A 2018 report after a series of sex scandals in Westminster found that nearly one in five MPs had been sexually harassed or witnessed inappropriate behavior in the previous year.
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