LONDON (Reuters) – Britain on Tuesday said there would be a return of duty-free shopping for travelers to the European Union if the country leaves the bloc without a deal.
Those going to the EU won’t have to pay UK excise duties on cigarettes and alcohol in a no-deal scenario, Britain’s Treasury said, adding that a bottle of wine bought at London’s Heathrow airport could be up to 2.23 pounds cheaper.
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“As we prepare to leave the EU, I’m pleased to be able to back British travelers,” finance minister Sajid Javid said in a statement.
“We want people to enjoy...
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