Please see below for relevant information to help members through Brexit.
From 1st January 2021, imports of excise goods (alcohol, tobacco and certain oils) from the EU will be treated the same as imports from the rest of the world. This includes moving imported excise goods within the UK.
Today, the government has confirmed plans to introduce import controls on EU goods at the border after the transition period ends on 31 December 2020.
The EU exit transition period allows the UK and EU to negotiate a new post-Brexit relationship. Although the timescale is challenging, the UK Government aims to agree a new UK/EU free trade agreement by 31st December 2020.
Announced, on 3rd February 2020, is this statement which sets out the Government’s proposed approach to the negotiations with the EU about our future relationship. Further details on this and other trade negotiations will be made available to Parliament as the process develops.
Brexit is the UK’s biggest geopolitical move in decades. What will change and what will stay the same when Britain officially leaves the European Union on Friday at 2300 hrs?
Members of the European Parliament have overwhelmingly backed the terms of the UK’s departure from the EU.
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The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has pledged a major review of whisky duty and signalled the industry could be in line for a tax break if he wins the next General Election.
Find the commodity description, code number and tax type code number to identify the type and rate of excise duty payable if you’re a UK-based business.
How to submit your supplementary declarations if you’re importing from the EU into the UK using transitional simplified procedures.
Check the availability and any issues affecting the Customs Handling of Import Export Freight (CHIEF) online service.