UK hit by EU’s €2 bn bill for “repeatedly ignoring warnings” over trouser tax fraud.

The UK is facing a €1.98 bn bill from the EU for “repeatedly ignoring warnings”  of tax frauds on imported Chinese shoes and apparel. The case highlights grave systemic complications in Britain’s handling of trade which threaten to complicate further its preparations for leaving the EU.

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