Latest Brexit News

11/02/2021
Commenting on the announcement of the fund, Nova Fairbank, Chief Operating Officer for Norfolk Chambers said:   “This is a welcome first step in dealing with some of the major issues that small businesses trading with the EU are facing.  With their finances already under a significant squeeze firms...
10/02/2021
Results from the first major business survey for 2021 by the British Chambers of Commerce and the UK Chamber Network on Brexit found that half (49%) of  exporters  are  facing  difficulties  in adapting to the changes in the trade of goods following the ratification of the UK-EU Trade and...
22/01/2021
Rules of Origin (RoO) are putting a spanner in the works for UK exporters wishing to take advantage of the UK’s newly negotiated trade deals with the EU and all trade deals we had with the EU that have been rolled over. The new trade agreements only allow goods of UK origin to move tariff and quota...
18/01/2021
On 01 January 2021 a new immigration system came into play and EU, EEA and/or Swiss nationals will no longer be allowed to move to the UK and work without a visa.  Under the new system, all foreign nationals will be treated equally, excepting Irish citizens. Our region has a wide range of...
31/12/2020
For any import or export of goods, you’ll need a commodity code to make your customs declaration when you bring goods in or send goods out of the UK or EU. This includes goods sent to you from abroad. If you classify your goods correctly you’ll know what rate of duty and import VAT you should pay,...
31/12/2020
Following the agreement between the United Kingdom and the European Union, the Government has published two documents to help businesses to prepare for the end of the transition period on 1 January 2021.  The two documents detail the key actions businesses need to take and provides guidance and...
29/12/2020
HMRC have issued further guidance on claiming preferential rates.  From 1 January, if your goods originate in the EU or UK, you may be able to claim a preferential rate of duty when imported into the respective countries and released to free circulation. This means they’ll be free of Customs Duty....
24/12/2020
Providing an initial response to the announcement that the UK and EU have reached a trade agreement, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said:   “After four long years of uncertainty and upheaval, and just days before the end of transition, businesses will be able to muster little more than a muted...
24/12/2020
The United Kingdom and the European Union have agreed a Trade and Cooperation Agreement, an Agreement on Nuclear Cooperation and an Agreement on Security Procedures for Exchanging and Protecting Classified Information.  It changes the basis of the UK’s relationship with our European neighbours from...
15/12/2020
There’s no doubt that many business owners and managers will have hundreds of questions and concerns about the direct impact of Brexit on organisations. But what about the effects on the end consumer? It’s essential that businesses understand how buying trends and consumer rights may be affected to...

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