Originally Posted by DmanDmythDledge
Well the link you sent says there is
For good order, I am copying the information from the link in this thread;
Exporting to Great Britain
For Value-Added Tax (VAT) purposes, exports are goods directly dispatched to a destination outside the European Union (EU) VAT area. This now includes Great Britain.
The distance selling threshold no longer applies to sales made by businesses in Ireland to consumers in GB.
The zero rate of VAT applies to exports. You will find further information in VAT and Exports.
You must ensure that the goods have left the EU and have evidence of export.
You will need to declare each export to Revenue using a customs export declaration. The declaration is submitted electronically using Revenue’s Automated Entry Processing (AEP) System.
Licences are required to export certain types of goods from the EU. You may be required to show Revenue that you have a licence for exporting goods.
Can you please explain where in the above text it states that Irish VAT applies on exports to the UK?