Exiting the European Union
Defined as ‘Brexit’, the UK will be exiting the European Union (EU), following the result of the referendum on 23 June 2016.
In the run up to that exit BIFA will be campaigning to ensure that the movement of the UK’s visible import and export trade does not become overburdened by over complicated trade procedures.
BIFA is a neutral body and will provide information to support our members as the forthcoming legislative changes become apparent between now and the date the country’s exit becomes effective.
Note: Currently the UK is still a member of the EU and is committed to abide by all EU legislation until membership of the EU officially ceases.
Brexit: Trading at WTO terms – What does this mean for UK freight forwarders?
Brexit Negotiating Teams
Terms of reference for the Article 50 TEU negotiations
Brexit Position - March 2017
The United Kingdom’s exit from and new partnership with the European Union
Brexit - Clarification but not clarity?
Making a success of Brexit
Brexit - Variations on a Theme
Outcome of EU Referendum