On 10 July, HMRC released guidance on procedures from 1 January – note, however, that the guidance actually covers movements between Great Britian (GB) and the EU – Great Britain is England, Wales and Scotland. It is said that guidance on moving goods into, out of and through Northern Ireland will be added to GOV.UK in the coming weeks. On the same date, the Home Office published a news release concerned with licences, certificates and special rules for bringing goods into the UK from 1 January, and covering animals, plants, food and agricultural products, drugs, chemicals and waste. Also on 10 July, the Department for International Trade published information on licences, certificates and special rules for taking goods out of the UK from 1 January – for animals, plants, food and agricultural products, chemicals and waste, controlled goods (e.g. military, dual-use, torture equipment), diamonds and in respect of sanctions law.
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