UK Government publishes no-deal Brexit reports

Press reports (18th Aug 2018) say that during Aug-Sept 2018 will see 84 reports published relating to a no-deal exit from the EU and the impact on UK citizens and businesses. 

In July 2018, PM Theresa May told a parliamentary committee that about 79 "technical notifications" would be released advising individuals and busineses on how to prepare for a no-deal withdrawal.  There are many challenging issues and, though the reports will aim to be factual in content, some of the affects will come as a shock to the general public.  The reports will cover areas that come under a number of government departments, including the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA), Department for International Trade (DIT), HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), Department for Transport (DFT) and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Stategy (BEIS).

They will be published on a bespoke page of the www.gov.uk website

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LIST OF UK GOVERNMENT BREXIT REPORTS DUE TO BE PUBLISHED AUG-SEPT 2018

 

 1. Air Services    43. Imports of Food and Feed
 2. Animal breeding                  44. Insolvency
 3. Aviation safety        45. Intellectual property
 4. Aviation security    46. Life Sciences
 5. Batch testing of medicine              47. Live animals and animal products
 6. Blood Safety    48. Maritime Security
 7. Broadcasting    49. Motor Insurance
 8. Chemicals Regulation    50. New car and van CO2 emissions
 9. Civil judicial cooperation    51. NGOs
 10. Civil Nuclear    52. Nuclear Research
 11. Climate    53. Objects of Cultural Interest
 12. Commercial Road Haulage    54. Oil and Gas
 13. Common Travel Area    55. Organic Food Production
 14. Company Law    56. Organs, tissue, and cells
 15. Competition    57. Passports
 16. Consumer Protections    58. Payments to farmers
 17. Cross-border gas trading    59. Pesticides regulations
 18. Customs and borders    60. Pet travel
 19. Data    61. Plants and seeds
 20. Driver licensing    62. Procurement
 21. Drugs    63. Product regulation
 22. e-commerce and geo-blocking         64. Registration of veterinary medicines
 23. Electricity trading    65. Renewable electricity issues
 24. Environmental standards    66. Rural Development Programme for  England                         
 25. Equine movements    67. Seafarer certification
 26. Erasmus    68. Services
 27. EU citizens in the UK    69. State aid
 28. EU programmes and structural funds    70. Telecoms
 29. EU space programmes    71. Timber trade
 30. European regional development funds    72. Tobacco
 31. European social fund    73. Trade agreements continuity
 32. Export control regulations    74. Trade in endangered species
 33. Fertilisers    75. Trade remedies
 34. Financial services    76. Trans-European energy infrastructure
 35. Firearms    77. UK citizens in the EU
 36. Fisheries, fish and seafood    78. UK LIFE projects
 37. Fluorinated gases and Ozone depleting substances    79. UK Trade Tariff
 38. Food labelling    80. Upholding industrial emissions
 39. Genetically modified organisms    81. VAT
 40. Geographical indicators    82. Vehicle standards

 41. Health and indentification marks for products of animal origin

   83. Veterinary medicine products
 42. Horizon 2020    84. Workplace rights

 

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