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News: EU Exit 2020

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Support service for Northern Ireland trade goes live

Mon. 28 Sep 2020
The new Trader Support Service (TSS) is now live for business, providing education and guidance for traders moving goods under the Northern Ireland Protocol, including between Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

Guidance on passport validity periods

Mon. 28 Sep 2020
Until 31 December 2020, people can continue to travel to Europe with your UK passport until it expires. New rules will come into effect for travel to Europe from 1 January 2021.

Freight forwarders express reservations on Brexit preparedness

Mon. 14 Sep 2020
Survey finds Government announcements, publications and information is insufficient and needs to be more accurate and clearer.

Changes to VAT treatment of overseas goods sold to customers from 1 January 2021

Mon. 20 Jul 2020
This note gives information on the changes to VAT treatment of overseas goods sold to customers from 1 January 2021.

The Border with the European Union: Importing and Exporting Goods

Wed. 15 Jul 2020
On 14 July 2020 the Government issued its long-awaited Border Operating Model.

Up to £25m to help firms prepare for 'Irish Sea border'

Fri. 10 Jul 2020
The UK government is preparing to spend up to £25m to help companies deal with the new post-Brexit complications when trading between GB and NI.


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