Ministers in London and Edinburgh need to “get a grip” of the problems facing fishing exports to Europe, the body representing Scottish seafood processors have said.
Seafood exports to Europe have faced delays following the end of the Brexit transition period.
Transport company DFDS has halted exports into the EU as new checks and paperwork are required.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said fishing companies will be compensated for what he called “temporary frustrations”.
However it seems the problems are not just applicable to the fishing industry.
This thread from Daniel Lambert, who according to his Twitter handle is “Owner of Wales best & most awarded wine importation company. Supplying retail, wholesale & the on trade U.K. wide with the best wines from around the world,” makes grim reading.
He outlines how his business has struggled over the past 15 days since the end of the transition period.
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