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Last-minute guidance on online orders eases fears of NI consumers

Deliveries from GB stores to resume but hauliers facing a 'clunky' system

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Lorries arrive at the Port of Dover (Gareth Fuller/PA)

Lorries arrive at the Port of Dover (Gareth Fuller/PA)

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Lorries arrive at the Port of Dover (Gareth Fuller/PA)

Department store giant John Lewis has said it's preparing to resume deliveries to Northern Ireland following new guidance on sending consumer parcels here.

But a body representing hauliers warned of "trepidation" about the new era in the transport of commercial goods between Great Britain and NI.

Last night at 11pm marked the start of a new regime for trade from GB into NI, at the end of transition period following the UK's exit from the European Union.


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