The UK is leaving the EU. Leaving the EU means your business or organisation may need to prepare for change.
Delivering a deal negotiated with the EU remains the government’s top priority. With an implementation period until December 2020, this would give businesses and organisations stability, certainty and time to prepare for our new relationship after Brexit.
However, the government must plan for every possible outcome including no deal. Without a deal, businesses and organisations may need to take action before 31 October 2019.
Use this information to understand how leaving the EU may affect your business or organisation and what you can do to get ready.
The government has published updated No Deal guidance on:
- Placing goods on the UK market
- Placing goods on the EU market, using the UKCA marking and
- The status of conformity assessment bodies.
BEIS is also hosting an online event concerning the regulation of manufactured goods covered by the “New Approach” (i.e. mostly CE marked goods) in the event of no deal. During this event, BEIS officials will provide an update on no deal preparations and there will then be the opportunity to ask questions concerning goods regulation in the event on no deal and how your business should be preparing.