In the result of a no-deal Brexit, the EU has stated they will enforce strict control on UK Goods. European Commission Vice President Pierre Moscovici said the rules will be in effect if a no-deal Brexit becomes a reality on 12 April.

"The Eu customs code would apply to all goods arriving from the UK," Moscovici told a news conference on Wednesday after the College of Commissioners. "If there is a no-deal scenario, new customs controls would have to be introduced," said Moscovici, suggesting that an introduction of customs controls "does not mean we would systematically check every single lorry," but added that such controls will be carried out "on the basis of risk analysis".

An EU official has confirmed that these additional controls on milk and dairy products will need to be put in place on the land border between EU member Ireland and the UK's Northern Ireland, as Britain will then be considered a third country.