On June 23, the British decided in a referendum that they wanted to leave the European Union, known as the infamous Brexit. The threat of “Brexit” had been confirmed. From now on, the United Kingdom and the European Union begin a negotiation process that will decide what relations they will maintain in the future.
At present, all transport to and from the United Kingdom and the European Union will continue to be handled as before, i.e. under free movement of goods and without customs controls, except for goods such as alcoholic beverages, tobacco and fuels, which are subject to excise duty. Read More