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Despite extension and election Brexit threats remain

This week’s Brexit extension and vote for general election effectively means that a No-Deal exit before the new 31st January 2020 deadline should be extremely unlikely. But threats for shippers remain.

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95,000 firms subscribed to ‘no deal’ simplified imports

Repeating its recent allocation of EORI numbers to 90,000 firms,  HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has now subscribed 95,000 businesses to its simplified TSP import procedures which will be put in place should the UK leave the EU without an agreement on October 31st.

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Importing using Transitional Simplified Procedures

How to import goods that are not controlled (standard goods) from the EU into the UK using transitional simplified procedures.

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Brexit tariff targets garments

The UK government has released an updated tariff regime that would apply for 12-months if Britain leaves the EU without a withdrawal deal, including amended tariffs to imports of clothing.

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No-Deal Brexit procedures updates

Whilst Parliament has been (apparently) unlawfully suspended, a no-deal Brexit is still very much on the cards and a number of updates and easements previously issued by HMRC, have now been extended for the 31st October 2019 deadline.

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France test Brexit borders

French Customs have begun a month long trial of the systems that it will put in place for processing freight if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

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No-deal importing

We look at how importing from the EU will work in the event of no-deal, what you must do now and what will happen from the 1st November, if no-deal is agreed.

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