Brexit forces Northern Ireland buyers to cancel orders for 100,000 trees

Exclusive: Ban on plants being moved across Irish Sea is major setback for tree-planting programmes in region

Orders for almost 100,000 trees have been cancelled by Northern Ireland buyers because of a post-Brexit ban on the plants being moved from Britain, the Guardian can reveal.

Leaders in the business say it is a major setback for tree-planting programmes in Belfast and elsewhere in the region.

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