A tool to help you find the relevant documentation to preparing for a No Deal
How UK organisations such as charities, businesses and universities who receive EU funding would be affected if the UK leaves the EU with ‘no deal’.
This report estimates the economic effects of the government’s proposed Brexit deal that was first published on 14 November 2018
If the UK exits the EU without a deal, UK businesses will have to apply customs, excise and VAT procedures to goods traded with the EU, in broadly the same way that already applies for goods traded outside of the EU.
Leaving the EU without a negotiated settlement is not the government’s preferred outcome, but it is essential that the UK is prepared for all possible eventualities on customs, VAT and excise arrangements.
New research by experts at the Centre for Economic Performance at the London School of Economics (LSE), King’s College London and the Institute for Fiscal Studies has modelled the economic and fiscal consequences of Brexit.
Collection of documents published to support understanding and assessment of the agreement we have reached with the EU.
The trade that you carry out with the EU will broadly follow the customs controls that apply for the rest of the world. So you will need to adapt your business to comply with these new systems, processes and controls.
On the negotiations front, things move quickly and every day brings new developments. With the talks continuing and the terms of the UK's 'divorce' from the EU still being discussed, businesses cannot afford to put off preparations any longer. It is against this background that we invite you to attend our Brexit event.At the event, Sarah Munro, UK Brexit Programme Leader for Intel, will provide valuable insights about the business plans and strategies being implemented at Intel in order to prepare for Brexit.