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    British Chambers of Commerce: Brexit Hub

    The British Chambers central hub collates up-to-date information relevant to all Chamber members. This includes a Brexit checklist and no-deal guidance dashboard.

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    Check, Change, Go: Prepare your business for the end of the transition period

    To support business preparations the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy is hosting free webinars to help you check the new rules and understand the actions to take.

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    Country guides: Exporting to non-EU countries

    UK businesses could be affected by a no-deal Brexit even if they do not trade with the EU because trading agreements will no longer apply. The Government has published country specific guides.

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    Country guides: service and travel in the EU

    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.

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    Customs procedures in a no-deal Brexit

    In a no-deal Brexit, companies will need to declare goods imported from the EU by submitting a customs declaration. The Government has released information on simplified customs processes.

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    Driving in the EU after a no-deal: Bus and coach

    What bus and coach drivers need to do when driving in the EU will change if there’s a no-deal Brexit. That includes changes to driving licences and international driving permits.

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    Driving in the EU after a no-deal: Lorry

    The regulations for lorry drivers will change if there’s a no-deal Brexit. Companies need to be aware of a range of issues including visas, licences and insurance.

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    East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce’s Hub

    The Chamber’s hub has resources to help companies understand key Brexit issues. There's information on customs checks, potential border delays, tariffs and other support including export training.

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    EU Exit Import and Export Trader Helpline

    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.

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    EU settlement scheme: employer toolkit

    EU citizens and their families can apply to the EU Settlement Scheme. The employer toolkit equips companies with tools and information to support applications.

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    Federation for Small Business Brexit Hub

    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.

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    Food Standards Agency preparation advice

    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.

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    Getting an EORI number

    You need an EORI number to move goods into or out of the EU. If you do not get one, you may have increased costs and delays. Businesses can apply through the Government’s portal.

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    Government central Brexit guidance

    The Government has built a central Brexit source for businesses and individuals. It includes guidance on preparing your company, living and working in the EU and staying in the UK as an EU citizen.

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    Government custom declaration grants

    Businesses who complete customs declarations can apply for grants to help with recruitment, training and IT improvements. Information has been released by Government on how to apply.

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    Government seven-step preparation tool

    The Government has built a seven-step tool to help businesses prepare for leaving the EU. You can find industry-specific information and changes likely to hit your business.

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    Health and Safety Executive: REACH guidance

    Businesses supplying and purchasing substances, mixtures or articles to and from the EU/EEA will see regulatory changes. Defra has published guidance on UK REACH and UK REACH IT in a no-deal.

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    HMRC’s Brexit resources

    HM Revenue and Customs has released documents to help companies prepare for changes in trade. These include an EORI number mythbuster and a trade checklist document.

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    Information Commissioners Office: managing data

    The ICO has produced guidance for companies handling data in the event of a no-deal Brexit. This includes data protection compliance and FAQs around information rights.

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    Institute of Directors: Navigating Brexit for Business

    The IoD Brexit content includes checklists of questions businesses should ask as well as weekly blogs and news roundups. There’s also directories and factsheets of what businesses should know.

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    Intellectual Property and Brexit guide

    Guidance has been released about how IP law will change under Brexit. The page includes guidance on trademarks, designs, patents right law, and exhaustion of IP rights after Brexit.

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    Labelling changes: food and drink

    Labelling of food and drink products will change if there’s a no-deal Brexit. Guidance has been published, including from the EU, on issues including health and identification marks.

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    Preparing for a no-deal

    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.

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    Sector guide: automotive

    Sector-specific advice has been released by Government to companies in a range of industries. The automotive industry can expect changes in cross-border trade and trade agreements.

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    Sector guide: chemicals

    Sector-specific advice has been released by Government to companies in a range of industries. The chemicals sector is likely to be hit by changes including to REACH regulations.

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    Sector guide: construction

    Sector-specific advice has been released by Government to companies in a range of industries. Changes in the construction industry could include product regulations and right to work checks.

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    Sector guide: electronics, machinery and parts

    Sector-specific advice has been released by Government to companies in a range of industries. The electronics sector will see changes which include new licencing arrangements for exporting to the EU.

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    Sector guide: space

    Sector-specific advice has been released by Government to companies in a range of industries. Those operating in the space industry should prepare for changes in data and procurement.

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