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The UK is to delay introducing post-Brexit checks on food and farming imports to England, Scotland and Wales, blaming Covid disruption and pressure on global supply chains.
Measures which were expected to come in next month will now be introduced in January and July next year.
Labour said the government did not have a “sustainable answer to tackling delays and red tape at the border”.
The move comes amid shortages of some products in shops and supermarkets.
Many large companies have blamed a lack of lorry drivers for the problems experienced, with M&S chairman Archie Norman, a