Many companies now have a real need to talk to experts in the field about the problems they are facing.
Customs & Tariffs, Rules of Origin, VAT, lack of government information are all key concerns for business
Businesses are picking apart what the Brexit deal means for them, and it’s clear that across many sectors there are impacts and challenges.
Major changes are about to take place in EU-UK trade on 1 January. Join Ready for Brexit now to find the detailed support you need for the future.
The guidance, which covers areas including importing and exporting, selling goods, workforce, data and intellectual property, contains 20,000 words more than War and Peace,
Surveys show that up to 75% of UK businesses haven’t yet finished their Brexit planning. That’s understandable with most fully occupied with surviving the impact of the pandemic. But time is slipping away. There are now just 21 days to go. If you don’t start today, when will you start?
Free movement of people and goods between the UK and EU ends on 31 December. So employers who depend on immigrant workers, and the workers themselves, need to understand the new rules and procedures.
The UK will leave the EU single market and customs union on 1 January, but the country is far from ready
Responsible businesses will be looking to put in place contingencies for a ‘No Deal’ scenario on 1 January
Businesses and individuals need to prepare for major change from next January as the Transition Period comes to an end
“The UK Government has made it clear that it has no intention of even attempting to achieve regulatory alignment with the European Union as far as chemicals are concerned.”
Shutterstock The UK is due to leave the European Union at the end of this month. But there will then be a Transition Period until the end of December, during which EU law on the free movement of citizens will continue to apply. Assuming that the UK and EU ratify the Withdrawal Agreement during January, [...]