I see now that the tariff list is already public. That tariff list is set for the coming 12 months. 87% of the tariffs is set on zero. Goal is to minimise cost increases to consumers (and industry needing B2B imports). Some tariffs regarding food are lowered to 50-60% of the EU WTO tariff list. A mix between farmers interests and consumers interests. The Confederation of British Industry is not happy because it exposes domestic economy from global cheap imports. For the Irish border this temporary list sets all tariffs on products from Ireland at zero %. This means no UK border controls are necessary during these 12 months. But it means also that custom checks will be made between Northern Ireland and Great Britain, bringing the border in the Irish Sea. Ireland a new smugglers paradise ?