Border Force officers at the Port of Felixstowe have seized fake goods worth more than £2 million in the run up to Christmas.
A haul of counterfeit perfume, shoes, clothing and mobile phone accessories have all been recovered.
The international trade in fake goods is estimated to cost the UK economy around £1.3 billion a year.
The proceeds are also often used to fund serious organised crime.
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A pilot who died in a crash at a motoring event in Cheshire yesterday twice coxed Cambridge to victory in the Boat Race against Oxford.
Some early cloud possible but sunny spells breaking through readily in the morning, becoming prolonged by the afternoon.
The pilot, from the Gnat private display team died after the display aircraft he was in crashed near the CarFest event in Cheshire.