Following the end of the transition period on 31 December 2020 the UK has now completed the process of leaving the European Union. The UK and EU have secured a Free Trade Agreement that will support tariff-free trading across a wide range of goods and services.

Detailed, personalised advice on the new rules for business is available through the checker tool at gov.uk/transition .

Free, personalised, one-to-one support and advice is available through the EU Transition Support Service until 30 June 2021. See Exporting to the EU - Take Advantage of the New Trading Relationship for further information.

Actions Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) may need to take to trade with the EU and Northern Ireland: Trading with the EU and Northern Ireland - SME Toolkit



International Treaty: UK/EU and EAEC: Trade and Cooperation Agreement [TS No.8/2021]

Core provisions of the UK and EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement governing future trade relations from 1 January 2021.

Brexit: New rules are here

Regularly updated with new information on the Trade and Cooperation Agreement, visit the Government's transition web pages to check what actions your business will need to undertake, to continue trading with the EU.

Leeds City Region - EU Transition

Sector specific guidance, free webinars and information on customs, taxation and contracts.

Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) - The UK Transition

Guidance on changes from 1 January 2021 for small businesses and the self-employed.

British Chambers of Commerce - Trading from 2021

Not sure how you may be impacted? Complete the End of Brexit Transition Period checklist.

UK Trade Agreements with non-EU countries

Trade Agreements that took affect from 1 January 2021.