New EU Exit Publications

Released: Friday 22nd March 2019

 The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has this week released guidance for businesses on placing manufactured goods on both the EU internal market and the UK market if the UK leaves the EU without a deal. This includes guidance covering the status of conformity assessment bodies, as well as promotional material to help businesses prepare.

Other UK Government publications this week are as follows:

Changes to design and trade mark law if the UK leaves the EU without a deal – This relates to registered design, design rights and international design and trademarks and sets out the changes being made to UK law in the event of no deal.

Changes to deduction of tax on interest, royalties and dividends – If the UK leaves the EU without a deal, the way that interest, royalties and dividends are paid between UK and EU companies may change.

UK students in the EU: continuing your studies - Guidance for UK nationals studying in the EU, in the event that the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

Healthcare advice for all UK nationals who are planning to reside in, travel to, work or study in the EU or European Free Trade Area (EFTA) states

Healthcare advice for EU and EFTA nationals living in the UK and for EU and EFTA citizens visiting the UK

Bringing merchandise from or to the UK in baggage or small motor vehicle – Guidance for declaring goods and pay import duty and VAT before moving them across the border if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

Continued EU access for UK airlines, hauliers and bus and coach operators - Flights and access for hauliers and passenger transport between the UK and EU will continue whatever the Brexit outcome.

Import VAT on parcels – Communications pack to help inform customers about changes to the rules for reporting and paying import VAT on parcels for sellers outside the UK if we leave the EU without a deal.

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