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The UK left the European Union on 31 January 2020. It is important that businesses, however big or small, have a good understanding as to what the EU withdrawal will mean to them.
We want to ensure Oxfordshire businesses understand what ‘Brexit’ means to each of them individually, as well as the steps they need to take, both now and in the coming months and years.
Here, you can find the following information:
- The latest Government webinars, offering key advice on importing and exporting
- Links to the Withdrawal deal documents
- Links to the latest government guidance advice
- Advice in a NO DEAL EU exit
- Information on importing and exporting with the EU in a NO DEAL EU exit
- Sector-specific advice
General resources for a 'No Deal' Brexit (via Gov.uk)
Importing and exporting:
- UK trade agreements with non-EU countries in a no-deal Brexit (via Gov.uk)
- UK border inspection posts: contact details (via Gov.uk)
- Prepare your farming business for a no-deal Brexit (via Gov.uk)
- Trading in drug precursors if there’s no Brexit deal (via Gov.uk)
- Importing animals, animal products and high-risk food and feed not of animal origin if there’s a no-deal Brexit (via Gov.uk)
Workforce and people:
- Continuing to live in the UK after it leaves the EU (via Gov.uk)
- Visiting Europe after Brexit (via Gov.uk)
- UK nationals living in European Union (via Gov.uk)
- EU citizens in the UK: Access to social housing and homelessness assistance in a no deal scenario (via Gov.uk)
Data protection guidance:
Information courtesy of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS)
- Data Protection if there’s NO DEAL EU exit
- Amendments to UK data protection law in the event the UK leaves the EU without a deal
- Leaving the EU without a deal – six steps to take
EU and UK funding
- How current and future European Territorial Cooperation (ETC) programmes would be affected if the UK leaves the EU with no deal (via Gov.uk)
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) sector advice:
- The automotive sector and preparing for EU Exit
- The aerospace sector and preparing for EU Exit
- Oli and gas production and preparing for EU Exit
- The retail sector and preparing for EU Exit
- The space sector and preparing for EU Exit
- The professional and business services sector and preparing for EU Exit
- The chemicals sector and preparing for EU Exit
- The electronics, machinery and parts sector and preparing for EU Exit
- The electricity sector and preparing for EU Exit
- Gas markets and preparing for EU Exit
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS)
- Organisations, businesses and individuals in the creative, cultural, and sport sectors - what to expect on day one of a no-deal Brexit (via Gov.uk)
HMRC has funding available for customs intermediaries, traders and hauliers who complete, or intend to complete, customs declarations following the UK’s exit from the EU. The funding can be used to upskill employees, make IT improvements or hire new employees to manage customs declarations and processes.
The application window is currently open and will close on 31 January 2020, or earlier once all funding is allocated, so businesses are encouraged to apply early.
View the latest documents, published by the Department for Exiting the European Union via the Government website.
Gain a full-understanding of the Brexit negotiation process, what each stage means and what steps will be taken.
Call the Government's Business Support Helpline for further support:
0300 456 3565
The latest events to support your business through Brexit:
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