Brexit Bulletin—GB-EU Border Operating Model updated post-IP completion day

Brexit Bulletin—GB-EU Border Operating Model updated post-IP completion day

The Cabinet Office has published a further update to the revised GB-EU Border Operating Model, which was reissued on 31 December 2020, following the signature of the TCA, and associated arrangements agreed between the UK and EU. The updated model includes additional guidance on preferential Rules Of Origin, as well as updates to the associated text and case studies. Further updates may be issued, so stakeholders are advised to monitor these pages for updates.​

What’s next?

Note: The Border Operating Model is likely to be subject to further amendments in line with the TCA and associated agreements.

Both the UK and EU are keeping their Brexit-related guidance under review and re-issuing stakeholder notices where necessary or appropriate post-IP completion day. As revised Brexit notices and guidance documents are being issued it is a good idea to bookmark the relevant guidance pages and check for updates, in particular:

• GOV.UK—Guidance and regulation

• European Commission—Relations with the UK: Consequences for public administrations, businesses and citizens of the EU

The bulk of the government’s Brexit guidance has been gathered in its revised webpage: GOV.UK—Brexit: new rules are here.

Source: The Border Operating Model

For detail, see: LNB News 05/01/2021 91.

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