Truck drivers are calling for changes to be made to how new Brexit requirements are being processed at ports
A demonstration of more than 50 trucks took place in Dublin today before the Irish Road Haulage Association delivered letters to the Taoiseach and the European Commission outlining its concerns
It says the structure in place to manage post Brexit trade is not fit for purpose.
Truck operators Darren Murphy and Gerard McArdle say their fleets of lorries are facing major delays at ports:
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