Guidance on Ireland and Dual Use Goods
The Government has issued further guidance relative to Ireland and the export of Dual Use goods from the UK to the EU in the event of a “No Deal” scenario.
- For Ireland click on the following link https://www.gov.uk/guidance/eu-exit-avoiding-a-hard-border-in-northern-ireland-in-a-no-deal-scenario it should be noted that the document emphasises the unilateral and temporary nature of the arrangements.
- Regarding dual use goods the following link includes the relevant information on “Dual Use” goods https://www.gov.uk/guidance/exporting-controlled-goods-after-eu-exit. Also, there is wider information on the export of controlled goods.
The key point to be emphasised is that licence requirements will be required in EU Member States in order to allow the import of UK goods into the EU. Conversely you will need an export licence to move the products, covered by the second bullet point, from the EU to the UK.