Brexit: ponies held for month in Belfast port freed after court ruling

Judge urges Brussels to review rule on quarantining animals and ‘to allow scope for application of common sense’

Four ponies held at Belfast port for a month owing to Brexit paperwork concerns are to be freed after a court ruling.

In the first case of its kind since the UK left the EU, a judge on Thursday ordered the release of four Dartmoor ponies that had been detained since 21 March after arriving in Belfast on a ferry from Liverpool.

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