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Brexit news

With the ever-changing news surrounding this most important of issues in the UK, Westcoast has established a team, chaired by Alex Tatham, Westcoast’s Managing Director, to review the latest government guidance surrounding Brexit, review customer questions as they are submitted and engage with key vendors in Westcoast’s own supply chain.

The team will update this ‘Brexit’ area with plans Westcoast is making and any firm guidance the company can give to all stakeholders. Please check on this site regularly for updates (at least monthly).

For any questions or queries contact our Westcoast Brexit committee at brexit@westcoast.co.uk

LATEST NEWS

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Brexit News - September 2019 update

It would be easy to spend time speculating on what might happen as a result of the recent tumultuous events in Parliament – but Westcoast intend to focus on the practical measures the business is taking for our customers and suppliers. Most relevantly, the business is still preparing for a ‘no-deal’ Brexit on 31 October 2019 and ensuring we are as prepared as we can be for this date – whether or not there is an extension. read more

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Brexit News – August 2019 update

Given that we have experienced a period of lull whilst the new government takes shape – the direction of travel now looks clearer – we are heading for a ‘No Deal’ Brexit at pace and hence all advice from government and business organisations is to prepare for a hard Brexit. read more

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Westcoast Brexit commitee – early March update

As UK Parliament move towards a crucial series of votes, HMRC are still advising businesses to prepare for ‘No Deal’. Below sets out some key actions Westcoast are taking before 29th March to prepare for such an eventuality. read more

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Westcoast Brexit committee - January update

January 31, 2019 — With much heightened activity around Brexit, this Westcoast update is written following the sizeable defeat of the Withdrawal Agreement Bill in the House of Commons and the recent instruction that the Bill might pass if the EU agreed to significant changes in the backstop arrangements. read more

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