Leaving the European Union will have a number of potential effects on Lancashire businesses. This page is designed to signpost to the latest information from Government and other bodies to prepare your company for Brexit.
In a no-deal Brexit, providing services and travelling to EU countries, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein, will change. The Government has released country-by-country guides to help businesses.
A helpline has been established by Government to give companies information about importing and exporting goods after Brexit, such as tariffs and customs procedures. Businesses can call on 0300 3301 331.
The FSB’s hub for Brexit gives regular updates and advice tailored to small businesses, including on data, importing, exporting and EU workers. There are also webinars and a timeline of events to date.
Companies dealing in food or animal feed are responsible for it being safe. For most businesses, the current legal requirements will continue to apply. The FSA has released information on what could change.
The Government’s central hub for no-deal planning offers a wide range of documents covering key issues and sectors. There’s information ranging from money and tax to regulating energy and farm payments.
Sector-specific advice has been released by Government to a range of industries. In a no-deal, the UK will no longer operate under the European Economic Area regulations for cross-border trade in services.
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