I believe any system currently in place is based on ECJ having jurisdiction over it. After UK refuses to allow any EU meddling in "UK sovereignty" those are not going to work any more.
Correct Single Market trade will be under the jurisdiction of the ECJ, third country trade is under the negotiated arbitration within the international treaty, most likely most have some sort of independent arrangement with the WTO
Ertro wrote:I am not talking about what happens in NI only but in the whole UK including exports into France from south coast UK.
I was under the impression the frictionless border was only applicable to NI, im sure I read a story a while ago the France had started to build custom control points
Ertro wrote:There is no way some official is going to travel to every factory for every outgoing shipment as that must be hugely expensive and timeconsuming but it must be some employee from the site doing the inspections. Those people might wery well want to skirt the rules to allow the factory to make a fortune to put money in everybodys pocket shipping goods that are noncompliant to EU rules.
The risk is no different from a any third country, pre inspection is usually done via an EU accredited third party inspection provider.
Ertro wrote:Are you sure there are no dodgy businessmen in south coast UK wanting to make big money?
There are dodgy businessmen everywhere the UK doesn't hold a monopoly on those
Ertro wrote:The whole UK seems it does not want to follow EU regulations and does not seem to mind very much risking its long term trade with EU with possible "No deal".
No one wants to lose trade per say, we are just not prepared to enter into a bad deal to maintain it