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EU Exit (Brexit)

EU Exit (Brexit) – Advice for Businesses

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'EU exit' (or 'Brexit') is the impending withdrawal of the United Kingdom (UK) from the European Union (EU).

The United Kingdom is due to leave the EU on 31 October 2019.

The Government has been preparing for any outcome from EU exit negotiations and has been implementing a programme of work to ensure the UK will be ready from day one in all scenarios, including a potential ‘no deal’ outcome in October 2019.

Visit the Government's EU Exit web page for more information

EU exit advice for businesses

The Government has designed this step-by-step guide and an information pack to help businesses prepare for EU exit and the potential 'no deal' scenario.

You will need to prepare to continue trading with EU businesses in the event that the UK leaves the EU without an agreement.

Leaflets (available in English and French, and in other languages on request) and videos are now available to help you prepare for EU Exit, including actions businesses need to take to prepare in the event of a 'no deal' scenario.

The following links focus on different business sectors providing information that focuses on changes related to the border processes.

Agriculture and food (PDF Document, 168.6 Kb)

Arts, sports & culture (PDF Document, 134.42 Kb)

Automotive (PDF Document, 135.61 Kb)

Chemicals (PDF Document, 134.71 Kb)

General (PDF Document, 184.17 Kb)

Hauliers (PDF Document, 137.33 Kb)

Intermediaries (PDF Document, 167.21 Kb)

Pharmaceuticals (PDF Document, 168.47 Kb)

Retail (PDF Document, 175.98 Kb)


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