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Brexit ‘Check, Change, Go

The government has pledged £705 million to prepare its post-Brexit borders and launched a £90 million advertising cam­paign, telling business it’s time to ‘Check, Change, Go’ – So take Brexit action now to protect your supply chain.

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Brexit export fears

The Road Haulage Association has warned that a critical pre-lodgement Brexit IT system won’t be fully functional for the end of transition, with the potential for chaos on day one and for some time after.

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Government ease Brexit border controls

The government will not extend the Brexit transition period, but the coronavirus crisis has forced a rethink on new border processes, with a new easement announced on Friday, that will allow businesses to defer customs declarations and tariff payments until July 2021.

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Critical Brexit deadline requires action

With 550,000 additional declarations every day from the 1st January 2021 and 145,000 businesses submitting declarations for the first time, the potential to crash border systems is very real. Taking action now can protect your supply chain.

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BIFA warns of post-Brexit Customs agent shortage

Despite the government estimating that 50,000 new customs agents will be needed after Brexit, Robert Keen, director-general of the British International Freight Association (BIFA), the main provider of customs training in the UK, said the country was falling “many thousands short” of the target.

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Gov removes £30 Billion post-Brexit tariffs

The Government has released the UK’s new most-favoured nation (MFN) tariff regime, the UK Global Tariff (UKGT). This will replace the EU’s Common External Tariff on 1 January 2021 at the end of the Transition Period.

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Prepare for Brexit

With just month’s left in the transition period, we review the new reality for shipping with the EU as the end of frictionless trade with the country’s biggest market is guaranteed.

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It’s official: Brexit means the death of frictionless EU trade

The government has warned UK businesses that goods from the European Union will be subject to border controls when the transition period ends on 1st January 2021, bringing to an end frictionless trade with the country’s biggest market.

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What the Brexit extension and election mean for shippers

The Brexit extension removes the immediate danger of a no-Deal exit but…..

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What the Brexit extension and election mean for shippers

The Brexit extension removes the immediate danger of a no-Deal exit but…..

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