Barnes calls for season-long delay to plant health checks because of 'train crash' IT system issues UPDATED

HTA chairman James Barnes says a "train crash" and "iniquitous" IT system for checking imported plant health post-Brexit is the "biggest barrier to trade the industry has ever faced".

by Matthew Appleby
HTA chairman James Barnes - credit: HTA
HTA chairman James Barnes - credit: HTA

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