The UK has left the EU and the transition period has now ended.
Border Operating Model published to provide clarity and certainty for traders and the border industry.
Border Operating Model published to provide clarity and certainty for traders and the border industry
This follows yesterday’s announcement of an unprecedented £705 million investment for new infrastructure, jobs and technology at GB-EU border
Government paid out £10m to help business prepare for cliff-edge departure in October
Farmers are likely to give a cautious welcome to the Government promise of £3bn to support them when Britain leaves the EU and its Common Agricultural Policy next year.
On the one hand, the money represents a recognition that agriculture will need continuing aid, which is a positive step.
But on the other, the funding will be spread over two years and there is still an absence of long-term planning for farming after Brexit.
Boris Johnson and the Conservative Party won the 12th December pivotal election by a considerable majority and, as in the aftermath of every general election, the media has flooded the internet with speculation on what the country is in for over the next four years. It’s highly likely that the 5 million or so self-employed people currently in the UK contributed heavily towards the Tory win, so what might our flexible workforce expect from Johnson’s government? We take a look at two critical contractor concerns: the IR35 reform and Brexit.
Businesses must use resource planning systems to find competitive advantage as we close out a year that epitomised the importance of the supply chain.
Turbulence has come to define this year for businesses all over the world. I’ve spoken with countless executives whose companies in manufacturing, aerospace, energy and other sectors felt this firsthand. Brexit in Europe, natural disasters, trade wars between the US and China – the list of potential disruptors is getting longer.
The UK is preparing for its fourth General Election in the space of a decade on 12 December 2019. While it has been considered by some as the “Brexit election”, issues such as green industry and transport are also on the political agenda. We have looked at the key issues affecting procurement.
What UK goods vehicle operators need to do to carry out international road haulage if there's a no-deal Brexit.
You will not be able to move goods across EU borders or drive in the EU without the correct documents.