Millions to be spent on businesses in North to deal with Brexit bureaucracy

 

The UK government's going to spend more than 350-million pounds helping businesses in Northern Ireland deal with Brexit bureaucracy.

The new Trader Support Service will assist firms importing goods, once the transition period with the EU runs out.

Opposition parties in the UK have accused the government there of leaving it to the "last minute", meaning there's "little room for manoeuvre" before the 1st of January deadline.