Category Archive Brexit

UKCA marking deadline extended by one year following coronavirus disruption

Businesses have been given an extra year to apply new product safety markings for most products placed on the market in England, Scotland and Wales, it has been announced.

The UK Conformity Assessed (UKCA) marking regime will replace the product safety labelling system previously used while a member of the European Union.

Here’s what you need to know.

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Government to launch new animal welfare standards following EU departure

New legislation will protect the welfare of farm animals being transported across England and Wales, the Government has announced.

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How can I prepare to use the Customs Declaration Service?

It was announced earlier this month that the Customs Declaration Service (CDS) will serve as the UK’s “single customs platform” from 31 March 2023.

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Labour shortages could impact UK’s economic recovery, says experts

A recent report on the latest business trends suggests that despite the surge of hiring among UK firms in July, the lack of working employees could still threaten the UK’s economic recovery.

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Travelling to Europe? This is what business travellers need to know

While the Coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt business travel around the world, there is still confusion as to how Brexit affects business travel in and around Europe.

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Businesses urge Government to reopen SME Brexit Support Fund as two-thirds of cash goes unclaimed

Business groups have called on the Government to reopen the SME Brexit Support Fund after it was revealed that just a third of the grants available had been awarded.

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Brexit issues continue to impact British exporters, new figures reveal

Export sales to EU customers have fallen by “record” levels in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, a major study has revealed.

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Brexit and international trading problems

Since the transition period ended in 2020, UK businesses have been forced to adjust to the significant change in the international trading environment brought on by Brexit – which has been further complicated by the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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I am an overseas seller selling directly to UK customers – do I need to register for VAT?

Are you selling goods directly to UK customers after 1 January 2021? Follow this handy guide to help decide whether you need to register for VAT in the UK.

For further information, please get in touch with our expert team.

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What the Northern Ireland protocol extension for “chilled meats” means for British businesses

It was revealed last week that an extension to the Northern Ireland Protocol grace period for chilled meats had been agreed upon.

But what does this mean for businesses exporting goods to Northern Ireland?

Here’s what you need to know.

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