LATEST ON THE EU EXIT
THE UK HAS LEFT THE EU
The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020. During the transition period, current rules of trade, travel and business will continue to apply while the EU and UK continue to negotiate additional arrangements. Find out more about what has already been agreed and what is currently being negotiated and prepared on this site.
Brexit and the EU’s future relationship with the UK
The work of the Government and the Government Offices on the Brexit process is described here, as well as the negotiations on a new relationship between the EU and the UK. You can also find links to important information on Brexit for citizens and the business sector.
Getting ready for the end of the transition period
The transition period after Brexit comes to an on the 31 December this year. Find out more from the European Commission about what has already been agreed and what is currently being negotiated and prepared, on the European Commission’s website, and take action now.
Trade with the UK from 1 January 2021 as a business based in the EU
On 31 December 2020 the UK will leave the EU single market and customs union. From 1 January 2021 the rules for trading with the UK will change. If you run an EU-based business, you need to check the new rules and prepare for the changes so that you can continue trading with the UK post their exit.