Brexit: The EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement
What you need to know about the deal
The UK and the EU have reached an agreement on their future economic partnership.
Our Brexit alerts analyse the most important areas of the trade agreement, and set out the urgent actions business needs to take at a time when they are already disrupted. With the Brexit process concluded, now is the moment to finalise readiness plans and act decisively on them.
Many of the incoming changes are already known as a result of the UK leaving the EU Single Market and Customs Union at the end of the year (and other key announcements on CE markings, the Border Operating Model and the UK’s new points-based immigration system).
With the trade agreement in place, the position of UK business in other critical areas is now clear – learn more below.
Brexit deal analysis
Trade in goods
Rules of Origin
Technical barriers to trade and SPS measures
Customs and trade facilitation
Cross-border trade in services
Temporary entry and stay for business purposes
Mutual recognition of professional qualifications
International road transport
Social security coordination and healthcare arrangements
Data and digital
Participation in Union programmes
Webinars and blogs
Post-Brexit UK – are you ready for the new trading environment
8 January 2021
The transition period is over and the UK and the EU have entered a new trading relationship. Watch Deloitte’s experts discuss what the new trading environment means, and some of the immediate impacts, implications and practical actions for business.
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The deal: our early analysis of what’s included
The deal provides business with much needed certainty and a more stable start to 2021 than leaving without a deal. That said, there is a lot of detail to go through and significant change to the trading landscape of the future that should not be underestimated.
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The deal: how did those sticking points get resolved – and what’s not included?
News of a UK-EU trade deal on 24 December brought a sigh of relief for many businesses. But what happened to the final sticking points that plagued negotiations? And what didn’t make it into the final deal?
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