The ‘zero tariffs, zero quotas’ trade deal agreed right at the end of 2020 has resulted in many changes for businesses and all their staff involved in cross-border operations. From lorry drivers having their ham… Read More »Customs declarations after Brexit interrupt business operations across different industries
As lack of required paperwork holds lorries at depots and helicopters get deployed to deliver more urgent supplies, there are speculations that many UK manufacturers might have to seize operations completely if they cannot get… Read More »Prepare for cross-Channel transportation after Brexit
As the record-time trade agreement kicked in on the 1st of January 2021 both sides have begun to adapt to the changes. Retailers selling, and freight forwarders transporting goods across the Channel are two of… Read More »Brexit: Shipments costs raise and new HMRC rules halt EU-UK trade
The two parties came to an agreement last Thursday on how their trade relationship will look like from January 1st 2021 after the UK leaves the single market. The next crucial step in the process… Read More »The new deal could come into law as of today
It’s been four and half years since a narrow majority voted in favour of leaving the EU. The long-awaited Brexit deal was agreed last week on Christmas Eve, just a week away from the end… Read More »What’s in the long-awaited Brexit deal?
For, what may seem like eternity, access to the British fishing waters has been the main sticking point in the Brexit-deal negotiations. With two days until Christmas, when the talks will pause, and less than… Read More »Fisheries: an industry that’s worth 0.1% of the UK’s GDP is holding up the talks
Intensive talks continue in Brussels today between the two negotiators. The new deadline set by the EU Parliament is Sunday night in order to allow the MEPs to ratify the deal, if one is reached… Read More »Brexit deal negotiations: ‘just a few hours’ remain
Both Boris Johnson and Ursula von der Leyen spoke on Wednesday afternoon, giving an update on the progress of the intense Brexit-deal negotiations. Despite ‘good news’ from the EU and an optimistic tone from Boris,… Read More »No-deal still ‘most likely outcome’ according to UK spokesperson