The material currently on this website has been developed to assist businesses in planning and preparing for a no deal exit from the EU at 11.00pm (UK time), which remains the default legal position unless other decisions are taken and ratified before then.
Developments at the 17 October session of the European Council mean that an orderly exit under the terms of a revised Withdrawal Agreement may now be possible, subject to ratification by both the UK and EU Parliaments. That would imply the UK entering a period of transition during which existing arrangements would continue unchanged. We will update this site to take account of this as necessary.
In the meantime, this site provides links to a wide range of official advice on no deal and to the expertise of the various UK Food and Agriculture partner organisations listed, who are pooling their resources to provide this support. It is based on a series of Frequently Asked Questions which aim to reflect the most up to date information available.
Companies will need to consider carefully the risks of making changes ahead of time, especially in present circumstances.
We welcome feedback that could help us to improve our site. Please send any comments or suggestion to firstname.lastname@example.org