During this extension period, the UK remains a Member State. This means goods are distributed between the UK and the rest of the EU as they do now; without the need for declarations or Customs checks.
The idea was that this extension would allow another ‘deal’ to be negotiated – but this is looking increasingly unlikely. It is also possible that the extension period may end earlier than the 31 October at which time multiple scenarios are possible, and we’ll keep you in the loop if this happens – and advise you what need to do.
But rest assured we are as Brexit ready as we can be for any situation.
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What if there's No-Deal?
The UK government has been planning for a no-deal scenario. If the UK leaves the EU with no-deal, EU parcels would be treated the same as rest of world parcels.
If you're exporting goods from the EU to the UK, this website will tell you all you need to know.
What does a no customs agreement mean?
As it stands, there is free movement of goods between EU countries. If they fail to reach a customs agreement post Brexit, its probable parcels will incur duties and require customs clearance. (See our above provisions for this).
And this is an article by Daniel Allin telling what you need as a business to do, to be Brexit ready, from a diamond perspective.
If you are in anyway concerned please don’t hesitate to get in touch – we are here to help you every step along the way.
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