What To Do If There’s No Deal
Many of our members are concerned about the possibility of a so-called No Deal Brexit. We have made strong representations to the negotiating parties on the need for an agreement.
Even if there is no agreement between negotiating parties by the currently understood deadlines (31 January 2020) – they will still need to keep talking. Despite significant opposition to the scenario in both UK and European Parliaments and beyond, it’s possible that no comprehensive deal will be agreed on the UK’s departure and future arrangements. That may lead to more limited discussions on specific issues like aviation and data, but that cannot be guaranteed.
The UK Government, Belgian Government, and European Commission have put contingency plans in place. These include a series of unilateral measures and a plan for what to do in crucial areas where unilateral measures do not suffice. These plans and advice can be found below.
In any case, this would be a fast-moving scenario with frequent news updates.
We have listed the most important official sources here.
We will add further sources whenever possible.
The British Chamber of Commerce to Belgium and the EU will stay in close touch with UK, EU and Belgian authorities to ensure we can provide members with as much insight as possible.
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