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UK Border Force bans EU, EEA and Swiss national ID cards: what you need to know

Almost all “insecure ID cards” from the European Union, European Economic Area (EEA), and Switzerland will no longer be accepted at UK borders, the Government has confirmed.The move is designed to strengthen UK border controls following a rapid rise in false documents.Here’s what businesses need...

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Retained EU laws to be “improved or repealed” if they do not benefit British businesses

Retained EU Legislation will be “improved or repealed” if it does not benefit UK businesses, the Government has announced.The move forms part of the Government’s plans to “capitalise on new Brexit freedoms” following the UK’s departure earlier this year.If you run a business in the...

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Employment: Brexit continues to disrupt job market

Coronavirus disruption and Brexit continues to disrupt the job market despite record numbers of staff returning from furlough, the latest statistics have revealed.If you are an employer, here’s what you need to know.Employment remains below pre-pandemic levelsOffice for National Statistics (ONS) figures show that the...

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UKCA marking deadline extended by one year following coronavirus disruption

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, it has been announced.The UK Conformity Assessed (UKCA) marking regime will replace the product safety labelling system previously used while...

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How can I prepare to use the Customs Declaration Service?

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 Import and Export Freight (CHIEF) system, will become redundant from that...

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

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 this summer in response to Brexit to help up to 10,000...

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Travelling to Europe? This is what business travellers need to know

While the Coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt business travel around the world, there is still confusion as to how Brexit affects business travel in and around Europe.If you are travelling to the European Union for business, here are the key rules you need to know...

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What the Northern Ireland protocol extension for “chilled meats” means for British businesses

It was revealed last week that an extension to the Northern Ireland Protocol grace period for chilled meats had been agreed upon.But what does this mean for businesses exporting goods to Northern Ireland?Here’s what you need to know.What is the grace period for chilled meats?As...

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Subsidy Control Bill set to replace “bureaucratic” EU State Aid regime

New State Aid rules will eliminate red tape and give British businesses greater access to financial support, the Government has revealed.The report comes after the Subsidy Control Bill was introduced to Parliament on 30 June 2021.According to the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy...

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Less than one month left to apply to SME Brexit Support Fund, businesses reminded

There is less than one month remaining to claim grant funding through the SME Brexit Support Fund, businesses have been reminded.The initiative – which helps new and established businesses adapt to post-Brexit importing and exporting processes – will close to new applications on 30 June...

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