The UK has left the EU, and the post-Brexit transition period comes to an end on 31 December this year. In January 2021, UK will leave the EU single market and customs union, which will affect citizens, businesses, as well as travel to and from the EU.
You can read about the new rules that will be introduced in 2021 and how they will affect you and your business on the UK Government's dedicated site.
Get information related to your specific situation
In order to find out how to get ready for the new rules, you can answer a few questions to get a personalised list of actions for you, your family, and your business. Then sign up for emails to get updates when things change. When any additional arrangements are made between the UK and EU, you will receive an update if there are changes related to your specific situation or if any information is added that may affect you. These emails will help you take the right action.
Key facts about the new rules from January 2021
- After the UK leaves the EU single market and customs union, the way we conduct business will change.
- If you travel to the EU for work purposes after 31 December 2020, you may need a visa or work permit.
- If you receive personal data from the EU for business use, you may need to take action on data protection.
All the necessary information about the facts above can be found on the UK Government's site and will we updated regularly. Make sure you stay informed and take action so that your business is ready for the UK's new start.