The Customs Declaration Service is a modern IT platform with the flexibility to grow in line with the government’s plans to have the world’s most efficient customs system by 2025.
New sanctions on major Russian airlines prevent them from cashing in on landing slots at major UK airports worth up to £50 million Sanctions are crippling Putin’s ability to wage war, disrupting vital supply chains
VAT is a complex tax that is administered entirely by the taxpayer, the business. HMRC expect the business to know how to manage the tax and to operate reliefs, simplifications and apply all the complex VAT rules to comply. Failure to do so will result in interest charges and penalties. Over the next few months some basic guidance on how to manage VAT will be provided, but this will be general guidance and it is the businesses’ responsibility to ensure that it applies to their particular situation. This month VAT registration will be examined.
Businesses will need to use the Customs Declaration Service (CDS) to declare all imports after 30 September 2022, and all exports after 31 March 2023. Start preparing now
Ministers are considering extending post-Brexit border checks for agrifoods entering Britain from the EU in order to avert what has been dubbed a “supply chain disaster”, according to a report in the Financial Times.
There are some distinct differences between how you make declarations on the Customs Declaration Service (CDS) compared to how it is currently done on Customs Handling of Imports and Exports Freight (CHIEF).
There are a great many benefits to Brexit: control of our democracy, borders and waters; control of our own money, helping us to level up across the country; the freedom to regulate in a more proportionate and agile way that works for our great British businesses; benefits for people that put money back in their pockets, improve their rights and choices as consumers and give them access to better healthcare; the ability to shape a better environment as we achieve net zero by 2050; enhanced welfare standards for our animals; and a Britain that is truly global once again, with its own seat in international fora, reaching out and agreeing new trade deals and strategic partnerships.