Brexit Deal Explained Simply, For Importers and Exporters

The Brexit deal explained simply, Alan Bracken covers where we are with importing and exporting under the new BREXIT deal, as of January 2021.

Alan addresses the following subjects:

0:00 Introduction
2:50 Import Duty
11:53 VAT Payable
14:09 Rules of Origin
18:50 Customs Clearance Agents
25:56 The New UK Tariff Book

Tariff Book:

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4 thoughts on “Brexit Deal Explained Simply, For Importers and Exporters

  1. hermam himself says:

    Thank you for the video. You do explain a lot of things. But on one point there seems to be a misunderstandig: At Min. 24 you say it is ridiculous, that a ham and cheese sandwich is confiscated and that this is just kind of a misunderstanding and will sort out somehow. well, that is actually not true. cheese is a dairy-product, ham is meat. for people entering the eu from outside the single-market, say, from russia, ukraine, now also from uk, the import regulations on this products apply. those rules were into place when the uk was member of the eu and are still into place. so: ham and cheese are not to be brought from third countries into the eu without the essential paperwork, no matter how small or big the amount of meat or cheese is.

  2. Malteaser says:

    Things will go from bad to much worse in December 2021 as even the derogation on export of medicines from the UK will end….and with medicines its not just a matter of tax. There are issues related to batch testing and batch release certificates which in the EU must be carried out in an EU member state. UK batch release will not be allowed in December 2021 onwards.

  3. Sam Hartford says:

    Indeed. Have been trying to explain this to people for four years.

    And it's not 'doom and gloom', it's the factual reality.

    However, on the ham sandwich issue, I do not agree with you. When we go through customs it always asks from those coming from outside the EU 'have you got food to declare?' It's not a 'new' regulation. It has always been the regulation.

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