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BREXIT: Key unanswered questions for a ‘no-deal’ scenario

Businesses do not want a messy and disorderly exit, but with a ‘no-deal’ scenario still possible, firms need clear and precise answers to the many questions this would pose for their business.

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Business Brexit Risk Register – vol 2

In the midst of high levels of political noise and turbulence, the BCC has created a Risk Register to assess progress on 24 business-critical issues.

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Business Brexit Checklist

This checklist has been created to help businesses consider the changes that Brexit may bring to your firm, and to help business planning at both operational and Board levels.

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Brexit delay – what does this mean for your current staff and future hires?

SITC sponsor, Fragomen, have recently written an interesting article that focuses on the Brexit delay and it’s impact on Immigration.

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Temporary tariff regime for no deal Brexit published

Government has published details of the UK’s temporary tariff regime for no deal, designed to minimise costs to business and consumers while protecting vulnerable industries.

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How to prepare for a “no-deal” Brexit

With just over a month to go before the UK’s scheduled exit from the EU on 29 March, and with no sign of a final Withdrawal Agreement being agreed between the UK and the EU, businesses should be taking steps to ensure that they are prepared for a possible “no-deal” Brexit.

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Brexit: Immigration considerations for your European staff in the UK and your UK staff in Europe

The status of European employees in the UK and UK employees in Europe will change whether or not there is a deal, and they will most certainly need to make an immigration application.

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Letters on ‘no deal’ Brexit advice for businesses only trading with the EU

HMRC letters to VAT-registered businesses only trading with the EU explaining how to prepare for changes to customs, excise and VAT if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

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HM Revenue and Customs simplifies importing from the EU as part of ‘no deal’ preparation

HMRC announces Transitional Simplified Procedures for customs, should we leave the EU without a deal, by writing to 145,000 VAT registered businesses trading with the EU.

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Prepare for EU Exit

On 8 January the government launched a new hub for no deal Brexit information on the hub, which has dedicated sections for businesses, individuals, UK nationals in the EU and EU nationals in the UK.

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Preparing for Brexit – Guidance for the Steel Sector

This document was produced and supplied by UK Steel – the trade association for the steel sector in the UK.

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