Under current rules for goods moving between EU countries there are no customs duties and no routine intervention during the movement of goods.

For goods entering the EU’s Customs Territory from the rest of the world an import declaration is required and any customs duties must be paid.

However, in the event of a “no deal Brexit”, goods imported into the UK from the EU will be subject to the same requirements that apply to any other non-EU member, including payment of duty.

Ahead of the current exit date of March 2019, the UK Trade Tariff, detailing the import duty rates and rules that will be applicable to each type of goods, will be made available free on GOV.UK.

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