30 Dec 2020
Brexit - the impact of the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement on aviation
20 Dec 2020
The United Kingdom's agreement to withdraw from the European Union entered into force in 1st February 2020. Until the end of 2020 was a transitional period during which the effects of Brexit were not yet felt. However, from 1st January 2021 many changes affecting people and businesses will take effect.
30 December 2020 an agreement on trade and cooperation was signed between EU representatives and Britain. The 1246-page document sets out a number of provisions and rules defining a new regime between EU countries and the UK.
UK and EU citizens will not have the right to move freely between the two countries, to work and live without restrictions. The free movement of persons, goods, services and capital has come to an end.
Significant changes that will take effect from the new year 2021:
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