Friday newspaper round-up: Rail passengers, VAT, BASF
(Sharecast News) - Northern Ireland business groups are calling for a six month delay to Brexit checks in the Irish Sea saying that Boris Johnson's late admission that he is legally obliged to implement them has left them no time to prepare for the December cliff edge. - GuardianRail passengers can now be warned of busy trains and stations before they leave home as part of a UK industry system designed to help maintain physical distancing and safe travel during the coronavirus pandemic. The technology will combine data on journey trends and live updates from station staff, to both inform passengers searching for journeys on the National Rail website and app, and alert those who opt in for updates on specific journeys, using their anonymised data to help predict how busy each train will be. (Adds details from report)June 5 (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is willing to accept European Union tariffs on some UK goods in an attempt to win a trade deal and break the deadlock in talks with the EU, the Daily Mail reported.B... 5 Jun 20 23:15.