As London’s official convention bureau, it’s our job to attract meetings and events to London. Part of that job includes sharing relevant industry information, and below you’ll find resources which should provide you with the information you need to prepare for Brexit.
This is the official government website for navigating Brexit. Use the checklist to find out what your business needs to do if it imports or exports goods and/or services to the EU, as well as information for individuals and families visiting the EU and the UK.
- Checklist: identify the steps your business or organisation needs to take
- Exporting goods to the EU
- Importing goods from the EU
- EU citizens living in the UK
ABTA – The Travel Association
ABTA offers travel advice and guidance, including information on coach, boat and train travel before and after 31 October 2019.
Travelling to the UK as an EU citizen
If the UK leaves the EU with a deal, you can still enter the UK, as you currently do, and this will not change until 2021.
If the UK leaves without a deal, EU, EEA and Swiss citizens will still be able to enter, live, work and study in the UK as they do now until 31 December 2020.
Visit the official UK government website for the latest Brexit advice for travellers.
For non-EU citizens, entry requirements will not change.
Last updated: 25 September 2019