The UK Government has developed a tool to help businesses in England to reopen safely during coronavirus.
Last week the government announced the approach to border controls on GB-EU trade in 2021 and it formally notified the EU that it will not accept or seek an extension to the Transition Period.
Here you can find out which trade agreements the UK is negotiating and which trade agreements the UK has already signed.
Decide the length of your claim period, find out what to include when calculating wages and work out your employees’ usual and furloughed hours before you calculate how much you can claim.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson met the President of the European Council Charles Michel, the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, and the President of the European Parliament, David Sassoli, on 15 June.
Find out about taxable expenses and benefits when they are paid to employees because of coronavirus and how to report them to HMRC.
Check the tariff classification for spirits obtained by distilling grape wine or grape marc.
Find out whether you’re established in the UK or EU for customs purposes.
The Withdrawal Agreement Joint Committee met for the second time on 12 June by video conference.
New border controls and procedures have been confirmed for 2021 as the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, Michael Gove, formally notifies the EU that the UK will neither accept nor seek any extension to the Transition Period.
Border controls for EU goods imported into Great Britain will be introduced at the end of Transition Period in stages to give businesses affected by coronavirus more time to prepare.
On this page you will be able to check if the business that stores your goods, in the UK, is registered with the Fulfilment House Due Diligence Scheme if you’re a trader based outside of the EU.
Find out how you can get your import VAT certificates. This will show how much VAT you’ve paid on imports and recover the VAT as input tax on your VAT Return.
Here you will be able to find, notes and key points from the recent JATCG meeting with HMRC.