Gov Advice on No Deal Brexit

by | Aug 23, 2018

The Government have today released a page on their website entitled How to prepare if the UK leaves the EU with no deal“. 

After International Trade Secretary – Liam Fox – suggested we are 60/40 against the chance of a deal recently, this could become quite useful over the coming months.

The guide is a collection of individual articles and advice across the subjects of:

  • Overview
  • Applying for EU-funded programmes
  • Civil nuclear and nuclear research
  • Farming
  • Importing and exporting
  • Labelling products and making them safe
  • Money and tax
  • Regulating medicines and medical equipment
  • State aid
  • Studying in the UK or EU
  • Workplace rights

The page can be found here:

https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/how-to-prepare-if-the-uk-leaves-the-eu-with-no-deal

To find out more about how Customs Insights can add assist with your post-Brexit customs preparations, then please call 01304 211652 or email enquiries@customsinsights.co.uk.

 

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