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Free Get Ready for Brexit events

As part of its Get Ready for Brexit campaign, the UK Government is running a series of free ‘Get ready for Brexit’ business readiness events across the country during September and October, offering businesses help and advice on how to prepare for Brexit. These free events will be visiting all parts of the country, allowing businesses to meet government advisers to discuss what…

Simplified Import Procedures

HM Revenue & Customs have provided details on how you can find out if they can register to use simplified transitional procedures for goods you are bringing into the UK from the EU. Update – agents section updated to clarify that when an agent acts as a direct representative of a trader registered for transitional simplified procedure…

EORI Number Update 

EORI Number Update  - Last week the Chancellor announced that as many traders as possible will be automatically allocated an Economic Operator Registration and Identification (EORI) number to enable them to trade smoothly once the UK leaves the EU on 31 October. Every business will need an EORI number to move goods into or out of the EU after…

The Customs Import Duty Regulations Update

HMRC have provided the draft text of notices that will be made under the provisions of The Customs Import Duty (EU Exit) Regulations. Draft notices to be made under The Customs (Import Duty) (EU Exit) Regulations 2018

Continuing UK’s trade relationship with Central America

Department for International Trade have provided the government’s approach to maintaining continuity in the trade relationship between the UK and Central American countries after Brexit: Continuing the UK’s trade relationship with Central America: parliamentary report The UK-Central America association agreement: UK-Central America association agreement

How to trade with other countries

Department for International Trade have provided documents that clarifies overall rules on how to trade with other countries but you are encouraged to look at country-specific pages on how to trade with other countries if there is a no UK trade agreement in place: Trading under WTO rules