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John Lewis has said it is intent on resuming deliveries to Northern Ireland after tweaking its IT system to distinguish between goods meant for here and goods meant for Great Britain.

It comes as unionist unrest over the Irish Sea border continues and the EU-UK joint committee on the Northern Ireland Protocol meets this afternoon to discuss whether grace periods waiving customs and regulatory checks on goods travelling from Great Britain can be extended.

Despite an exemption from customs procedures until April on parcels worth under £135, John Lewis stopped sending packages to Northern Ireland at the end of last year.


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