Changes to International Trade Post-Brexit

28/10/2019

As a member of the EU, the UK can currently trade with countries all around the world without having to pay tariffs on most goods. However, if there is a no-deal Brexit, the UK would lose this privilege, and trading will revert to World Trade Organisation Rules unless an agreement is already in place to reduce the impact of this post-Brexit.

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Imports and Exports, Farming and Trade

25/10/2019

We are due to leave the EU on 31 October and businesses need to make sure they are ready for all the changes that come along with it.

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Legal 500 rankings for Wansbroughs law firm

23/10/2019

Solicitors at Wiltshire law firm Wansbroughs have been recognised in the prestigious Legal 500 guide.

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Moving Goods to and from the EU Post-Brexit

23/10/2019

If your business imports or exports from the EU to the UK, then you should follow the steps below to prepare for a post No-Deal Brexit.

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Manufactured Goods Regulations Post-Brexit

21/10/2019

If your business imports or exports from the EU to the UK, then you should follow the steps below to prepare for a post No-Deal Brexit. IMPORTS 1. Make sure your business has an EORI number that starts with GB. You may have one already but if you do not this may increase costs and delays. An application at https://www.gov.uk/prepare-import-to-uk-after-brexit takes 5-10 minutes and you’ll either receive it straight away or within 4 working days. To apply you need:

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The Impact of Brexit on Data Protection

17/10/2019

This article details the changes to data protection in a no-deal Brexit. What will remain the same after a no-deal Brexit? There will be no immediate change to the UKs data protection standards. The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) has been brought into UK law and the Information Commissioner will remain the UK’s independent supervisory authority on data protection. The UK is a global leader in strong data protection standards. Protecting the privacy of individuals will continue to be a priority. The UK government has committed to allow personal data to continue to flow freely to the EU, EEA and adequate third countries without restrictions.

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