Brexit Transition Period: What happens next?

It’s been almost a month since the UK formally left the European Union, which means we’ve got about ten months left to sort out a post-Brexit trade agreement with the UK.  What happens next, what has been agreed so far and when will those of us trading with the UK know more about tax, customs […]

Third Country Customs: How it all works

If the UK becomes a third country after Brexit, Irish customs authorities will have to process 12 times as many import/export declarations, and a whopping 100 times as many transit declarations.  This week’s article looks at the current third country customs procedures in the EU, and what those of us who trade with the UK […]

UK Election 2019: What it means for Brexit

The ballot papers have been counted, and it’s official: the UK’s Conservative party won by a landslide. As of this morning, the UK’s departure from the EU on 31st January is practically certain.  What do these election results mean for those of us in the Irish Transport industry, what happens next, and what should we […]

Johnson’s New Deal: What’s the Difference?

Following weeks of intense negotiations, the UK and EU published a fresh new Brexit deal yesterday, dramatically improving the chances of an orderly departure on 31st October.  In this week’s article we look at what’s changed in this new Brexit deal, what the deal could mean for those of us in the Irish transport industry, […]

TSP: the UK’s new Brexit customs framework

A short guide to TSP: the  UK’s new Brexit customs framework Last month the UK tax authorities announced simplified importing procedures for UK businesses importing from the EU after Brexit. TSP is meant as a temporary sticking plaster to protect the UK’s supply chain in the event of a no-deal Brexit …but how does it […]