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UK Border with the EU – New Government Guidance

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UK Border with the EU – New Government Guidance

UK Border with the EU – New Government Guidance
January 05
10:11 2021
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Following the conclusion and provisional ratification of the UK EU Trade & Cooperation Agreement, which came into force on 1 January 2021, the UK Government has published updated guidance on how the border with the EU will operate.

The new guidance (The Border with the European Union) sets out the formalities for importing and exporting from and to the EU, including a detailed outline of the phased introduction of obligations as well as sector specific guides.

The new guidance can be found here

Commenting on the EU-UK deal being passed, Stephen Phipson, CEO at Make UK, the manufacturers’ organisation, said: “We now have clarity from which we can build.” He added: “Government should move quickly to finalise data adequacy arrangements and work with both UK business and our EU partners to address a wide range of issues such as rules of origin, recognition of professional qualifications and chemical registration systems where the new arrangements are likely to be most challenging.

“Finally, if we are to maximise future success and opportunities, it is critical that the Government sets out a clear, powerful, ambitious and funded industrial strategy so that business can develop the confidence needed to restart investment, create jobs and boost economic growth.”

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