Prepare for EU Exit
The UK is planning to leave the EU. When the UK leaves the EU, it is likely to affect everyone in some way.
There will be a number of changes taking place that will affect businesses, citizens, EU citizens living in the UK and UK nationals living in the EU.
To find the latest guidance and information from the Government on what these changes are, how they could affect you, and what steps you can take to prepare:
Go to euexit.campaign.gov.uk
Prepare your business or organisation for EU exit
The UK leaving the EU means your business or organisation may need to prepare for change.
You need to find out:
- what your business or organisation may need to do to prepare for the UK leaving the EU;
- what's changing in your industry;
- information on specific rules and regulations.
Get guidance relevant to your business
Use the gov.uk online tool - you only need to answer 7 simple questions to start preparing.
EU citizens in the UK
Are you an EU citizen, living in the UK? If so, you and your family may need to apply for settled status to continue living in the UK after 30 June 2021.
To find the latest guidance and information from the Government about settled status and how the UK leaving the EU might affect you:
Use the gov.uk online tool to find out what to do and when.
When the UK leaves the EU there will be some changes that could affect you when you travel. To find the latest guidance and information from the Government on what these changes are, how they could affect you, and what steps you can take to prepare:
Buying things from Europe
Full details are not yet confirmed, but there may be changes to things like your consumer rights and how much tax you need to pay.
Studying in Europe after Brexit
Advice is available for continuing higher education study in European countries after the UK leaves the EU. There is also advice for students, school leavers and UK residents who are thinking about studying in the EU.