I agree Al. I cant think they will be interested in a few bits and bobs in a MH.
I wonder what the position would be if I bought stuff in the UK that was from the ROI (or elsewhere in the EU)?
I think I'll email my contact and ask...bear with.
A: At the moment, nothing!
You recall that one of the major aims of Brexit was to "take back control"? Boris has decided that we shouldn't do that too quickly, so didn't plan for it when he was advertising his "oven ready" deal nor when he was denying the need for an extension to the transition period.
So the UK is not imposing the rules and regulations which it is legally required to do under those famous WTO rules which JRM et al were so keen for us to follow. Effectively, EU goods are being given carte blanche until 1st October (I think). It was going to be 1st March (I think) but it would have required effort on behalf of HMG and would probably cause disruption at our borders.
It wasn't just Theresa May kicking things into the long grass.
B: Don't worry about ROI - you can bring things in from NI under exactly the same rules as anywhere in EU (NI Protocol).
And, of course, "we" are not applying those aspects of the "fantastic" deal much heralded at Xmas.
C: David Frost has been talking to NI paramilitaries this week and telling them that the EU needs to see sense and adopt a more easy-going stance, so that goods, especially food, can travel more freely across the Irish Sea.
The EU have responded by saying that GB chose the Brexit which it wanted: that did not include aligning with EU food and phyto-sanitary regulations so it is up to "us" to sort out the mess.
If you choose to break the law when we decide to enforce it, then the consequences will be on your head.
I'm sure you were always sympathetic when little Johnny said "please Sir, I'm not the only one doing that. And anyway, it's a silly rule".
And, of course, if he lied to you then you just ignored it and didn't increase the punishment