Sarnie carnage as lunches confiscated at borders - News Summed Up

Sarnie carnage as lunches confiscated at borders


With four immortal words from a Dutch border officer, the previously hidden quirks of cross border traffic became a reality. Some plants mean problems tooDon’t gloat quite yet veggies - you cannot bring certain plants, seeds or plant products into the EU either. It’s complicated, but if it grows and things can live on it, then it’s out. If you have an EU or Northern Ireland issued pet passport then this may not apply but check before travel. You may be able to print the card, but I wouldn’t, if you’re crossing borders lots.


Source: Daily Mirror January 17, 2021 07:01 UTC



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