Andrew Rosthorn draws to light the impact Brexit has had on ferries, lorries and the UK customs border. He likens the trade agreement and the situation to the world of Ross Poldark.
Author: Andrew Rosthorn
Andrew is a veteran news reporter, born in Yorkshire and now based in Lancashire. After reporting the Irish troubles in the early seventies for the Daily Mail, he worked on hard news for the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror, the Independent and the Independent on Sunday. He has conducted radio and television investigations into the fate of Hitler's deputy Rudolf Hess, CIA sabotage of Leyland exports to Cuba, corruption in ammunition supply at the Ministry of Defence, breaking UN sanctions in Serbia for Marks and Spencer, the Owen Oyston Affair and Royal Navy espionage in Japan.
Twenty-three years after they signed the Good Friday Agreement of 10 April 1998, and just a hundred days after the bad deal they call Brexit, there came eight nights of street fighting in Northern Ireland.