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The Brexit Deal Explained

 

On 29 March 2019, the United Kingdom will leave the European Union, thereby fulfilling the democratic decision taken by the British people.

 

The Department for International Trade (DIT) is at the heart of EU Exit delivery. We are responsible for helping businesses export, driving inward and outward investment, preparing to negotiate market access and trade deals, and championing free trade.

 

To help the British public and businesses understand what the deal will deliver, Her Majesty’s Government has launched the ‘Brexit Deal Explained’ website.  

 

This website explains the Withdrawal Agreement, which sets out the terms of the UK’s smooth and orderly exit from the European Union, and the Political Declaration, which sets out a framework for the UK’s ambitious future relationship with the European Union that delivers in our national interest.

 

Here you can find out what the Brexit deal means for our:

 

 

  • Economy

  • Jobs

  • Security

  • Free trade

  • Businesses

  • Borders

 

To keep up to date with the Department for International Trade follow on twitter 

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We are delighted to announce that Enterprise M3 and the Enterprise M3 Growth Hub have developed a Brexit Toolkit with their partners including Chambers of Commerce , business support organisations and local authorities.

 

Brexit Toolkit is up and running here with its first version

 

The EnterpriseM3 toolkit will include sign posts to business advice, Brexit checklists, trade association advice and so on and will be continually updated.

 

if your have Information for content  to include on this site, it would be most welcome,

 

send to Lisa-Ann.Lott@enterprisem3.org.uk , please ensure suggestions are for impartial and practical information which helps businesses carry out a realistic risk assessment.

"We want to help businesses have easy access to practical and impartial information about Brexit which will support  their scenario planning"

Brexit Toolkit

The Runnymede Planning Alerts Service has now been launched!

The  service allows you to register your property (or a property of interest) for weekly email notifications detailing whether any new planning applications have been registered within your property’s chosen search area for the last 7 days by the Council.

 

To join up to the service simply add your details here

 

Planning Alert Service Runnymede Borough Council

 

 

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We will soon be rebranding and moving to a new interactive website

contact us to find out more and keep in touch!