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Visas and work permits: what are the rules for artists touring in Europe after Brexit?

18/10/2021

More than half of EU Member States have agreed to offer UK musicians and performers visa and work permit-free travel, it has been confirmed. The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) said the…

UKCA marking deadline extended by one year following coronavirus disruption

27/09/2021

Businesses have been given an extra year to apply new product safety markings for most products placed on the market in England, Scotland and Wales. The UK Conformity Assessed (UKCA) marking regime will replace the…

Brexit and immigration: the key dates you need to know about

23/09/2021

Despite leaving the European Union in January this year, there are still a number of loose ends that need tying up. The Brexit deal itself includes transitional rules that span from 2021 to 2028. While…

Revised Brexit timetable to give businesses “more time to adjust”

22/09/2021

A revised Brexit timetable will give businesses “more time to adjust” to new trading processes, it has been suggested. The new schedule comes after concerns that firms are now focusing on recovery from the Coronavirus…

How can I prepare to use the Customs Declaration Service?

10/09/2021

It was announced earlier this month that the Customs Declaration Service (CDS) will serve as the UK’s “single customs platform” from 31 March 2023. It means the existing system, known as the Customs Handling of…

How can I prepare to use the Customs Declaration Service?

23/08/2021

It was announced earlier this month that the Customs Declaration Service (CDS) will serve as the UK’s “single customs platform” from 31 March 2023. It means the existing system, known as the Customs Handling of…

Government to launch new animal welfare standards following EU departure

23/08/2021

New legislation will protect the welfare of farm animals being transported across England and Wales, the Government has announced. EU directives had previously prevented any changes to animal welfare rules, but now that the UK…

Businesses told to prepare for “full customs control”

16/08/2021

The government has advised that businesses should use the next six months to prepare for “full customs control”.

Businesses urge Government to reopen SME Brexit Support Fund as two-thirds of cash goes unclaimed

30/07/2021

Business groups have called on the Government to reopen the SME Brexit Support Fund after it was revealed that just a third of the grants available had been awarded. The £20 million initiative was launched…

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