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As part our commitment to keeping you informed about the Government's No Deal preparations, we are sending you this latest update. Leaving the EU with a deal remains the Government’s top priority, but the Government is continuing with no deal preparations to ensure that we are prepared for every eventuality.

The Product Safety and Metrology Legislation

This legislation was passed in Parliament on 20 March and will come into force if the UK leaves the EU in a no deal scenario.  In advance of this, we are issuing guidance which outlines the changes introduced by this legislation. This document is called ‘What’s Changed?’ and has been published on

New Customs Tariffs

New Customs duty tariff rates and quotas have also been published, that would apply to imports in the event of the UK leaving the EU without a deal. In view of the publication of these measures at short notice and the UK’s possible departure from the EU, We urge you to review these rates and how they will affect your business below.

Guidance Notes: Check temporary rates of customs duty (tariffs) on imports after EU Exit, Department for International Trade, 13th March 2019


Check Current Rates

Check temporary rates of customs duty (tariffs) if the UK leaves the EU with no deal -

Preferential tariff rates -

Most favoured nation (MFN) tariff rates -

Tariff quota rates (TRQ)

You can keep informed through and look for aspects that may affect your business. More information on the impact of the UK leaving the EU in a no deal scenario is available at  If you have any concerns then please contact us.

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