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Advice and Guidance for Business

This page gives the latest advice and guidance from LEPs, Government, and official bodies on the action business needs to take to prepare for the UK's exit from the European Union, including the possibility of no deal.  

New Political Declaration published

The Government has published a new Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland and a new Political Declaration on the future relationship between the UK and the EU.

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The 'go-to' government website to get business ready for Brexit

 

This page shows how leaving the EU will affect business and what it needs to do now to prepare for the UK's exit from the EU. This includes; employing EU citizens; importing and exporting; operating in the EU post Brexit; regulations and standards for products and goods; using personal data; changes to European and domestic funding areas such as research, higher education, and European Structural funds; intellectual property; changes to energy and climate, including regulated carbon emissions; and public  sector procurement   

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New tariffs for no-deal Brexit 

The Government has today (Wednesday 13 March) published details of the UK's temporary tariff regime for no-deal. The Government says the regime is temporary (12 months) and will be monitored. 

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Latest guidance from Defra

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has published guidance on several key areas affecting businesses. Please follow these links for support on: food labelling, exporting and importing fish, transporting endangered species, working with chemicals, pesticides, importing and exporting plants, trading timber, and managing data. 

LEPs build Brexit toolkits to help local businesses 

See the latest Brexit toolkits being built by LEPs. These are designed as a first port of call to help local businesses in LEP areas get the latest advice on preparing for Brexit.  

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Video guides on no-deal Brexit

The Border Delivery Group and HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have published a series of short videos in a no-deal scenario, setting out the actions businesses will need to take to continue to trade following a ‘no deal’ exit.

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Advice to further education and apprenticeship providers 

The Government has issued advice to further education and apprenticeship providers in England on how to prepare for Brexit in the event that the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

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Government publishes overview guidance in preparation for Brexit

This government site gives advice to individuals, UK nationals in the EU, EU citizens in the UK, and businesses, in preparation for the UK's exit from the European Union.

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Brexit Quick Links

Government Departments are holding events for business to get ready for Brexit. Check the latest dates.  

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Prepare your business to continue to export to EU in the event of a No Deal Brexit. 

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The Government has produced a 'triage tool' of seven questions to help businesses check they're ready for Brexit. 

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Sector Advice

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has published a range of Brexit advice for specific industry sectors . Click below:   

Automotive

Aerospace

Chemicals

Construction

Consumer Goods

Electronics/Machines

Food & Drink

Electricity

Gas Markets

Oil & Gas Production

Professional Services

Research/Innovation

Retail

Space

 

CBI Brexit impact map

The CBI has done a regional breakdown map of the impact a no-deal Brexit will have.   

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The LGA have produced a Brexit 'no-deal' briefing, and a 'Brexit advice hub' for local councils. 

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The latest employer toolkit gives employers the information they need to support EU citizens applying for the EU Settlement Scheme. Read more

How to prepare for changes at the UK border in the event of a no-deal EU exit. Read more

The British Chambers of Commerce have created a Brexit ‘health check’ for business. Read more  

Get behind the headlines with this official analysis of the latest developments and next steps in the Brexit process. 

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