The latest Brexit preparation news (Oct 19)

The latest Brexit preparation news (Oct 19)

The UK will leave the EU on 31 October 2019

You are receiving this email from the Department for International Trade (DIT) because we support businesses to trade internationally.

If you are a UK business that imports and/or exports, you will need to act now to prepare for the changes that will affect your trading with Europe and the rest of the world.

Businesses are taking action and by following some simple steps, you can better prepare your business for Brexit.

You should check the latest guidance and steps to:

Further information and key actions for UK businesses in a no-deal Brexit:
Further information and key actions for UK importers of goods in a no-deal Brexit:

The Government is holding events to help your business get ready for Brexit. Sign up to:

Keep up-to-date on Brexit and get tailored guidance:

Sign up for alerts (regular Brexit updates) on subjects including the Article 50 process, trade negotiations, and announcements about changes to trading.

Get detailed information and tailored guidance on Brexit by answering a few questions at gov.uk/brexit. If you can’t find the answers to your questions contact the imports and exports helpline.

If your business imports and/or exports, you will need to act now to prepare for the changes that will affect trading with Europe and the rest of the world after Brexit.

By familiarising yourself with the detailed and wide-ranging Brexit guidance available on gov.uk/brexit, your business can better understand how to prepare for Brexit.

Check the latest guidance and steps on:

Get tailored guidance and stay up-to-date:

UK businesses in a no-deal Brexit will need to take the following key actions:

UK importers of goods in a no-deal Brexit will need to take the following key actions:

Register for a Government event to help your business get ready for Brexit: