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Updated 16/02/21 with new funding for customs training, guidance on importing and exporting, and further information on the sizing of the new UKCA mark

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Register NOW for our upcoming webinar on the new Marina and Moorings report

31 Mar 2021

British Marine members are invited to join our upcoming webinar at 11am on Wednesday 7th April 2021 where we will discuss the findings of our latest Marina and Moorings report.

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British Marine reacts to Spring Budget 2021 Red letter day for the marine industry

03 Mar 2021

After months of extensive consultation and discussion with HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), I am delighted that the Chancellor has today announced that the entitlement to use red diesel will be maintained for all commercial boat operators and for private pleasure craft users in Great Britain.

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New guidance available for UK businesses recruiting internationally

03 Mar 2021

The Home Office has recently published further guidance about the freedom of movement with the EU that ended on 1 January 2021 and the new points-based immigration system.

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UK Government announces new £20 million SME Brexit Support Fund

15 Feb 2021

The UK Government has announced a new £20 million SME Brexit Support Fund to help small businesses adjust to new customs procedures and Rules of Origin requirements.

BREXIT – Rules of Origin training session

BREXIT – Rules of Origin training session

10 Feb 2021

Following the UK’s departure from the European Union, many UK businesses will now be looking to utilise the 0% tariffs benefits set out in the Free Trade and Cooperation Agreement between our two trading bodies.