Boris Johnson paid a campaign visit to a refrigerated warehouse in North Wales on his way back from Northern Ireland, having said goods sent between Northern Ireland and Wales would not be checked [Daniel Leal-Olivas/Pool/Reuters]

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told Northern Ireland businesses they can put customs declarations forms “in the bin” because there will be “no barriers of any kind” to trade crossing the Irish Sea.

He has suggested Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay had been wrong to say goods between Northern Ireland and the rest of the United Kingdom would face checks as a result of the Brexit deal struck with the European Union.

Barclay previously told MPs that “some information” and “minimal targeted interventions” would be required on goods travelling between

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