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Brexit: find information

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On 24 December 2020, the EU and the UK reached a Brexit deal. The following websites offer the most up-to-date information.

Stay informed about Brexit

If you have dealings with the United Kingdom, you’ll do wisely to follow the developments. There are several dedicated Brexit platforms.

1. Brexitloket is the Dutch government website that gives full information on Brexit and all it entails. This website will be discontinued on 1 September 2021. Translations of the pages for entrepreneurs are published here, on For a quick overview of some of the main changes, read the article Brexit deal: 7 facts you need to know.
To see how Brexit affects your business, take the Brexit Impact Scan (in Dutch).

2. Netherlands Chamber of Commerce KVK

The Netherlands Chamber of Commerce KVK Brexit file contains information on how to deal with VAT on goods and services after a no-deal Brexit, an FAQ, entrepreneur interviews, useful links and more. Most pages are in Dutch, but some are also available in English.

3. Customs Brexit toolkit

If you import or export goods to and from the UK, you will need to adjust your processes to the UK's 'third country' status after 31 December 2020. Dutch Customs has prepared a toolkit that tells you what to do on this side of the North Sea.

4. Keep Business Moving

The British government has launched the Keep Business Moving website to help EU businesses deal with the new situation. It tells you what the rules will be in the UK for EU businesses exporting to, or importing from the UK.

5. EU sector information on the Trade Agreement

The EU has prepared a factsheet outlining the consequences of the Brexit deal for several trade sectors. Consult the EU Brexit preparedness notices website for advice on the changes in VAT rules and VAT refunds on the delivery of products and services to the UK.

6. Brexit checker on

New rules apply to things like travel and doing business with Europe. Use the Brexit checker to get a personalised list of actions for you, your business and your family. To use this tool, go to the website.

7. Get ready for Brexit

The Get ready for Brexit website is a joint initiative of Dutch shipping companies to provide (Dutch) information on how to deal with Brexit when you need to transport goods to and from the UK.

8. Information from the IND

Are you, or do you employ, a UK national or frontier worker? Find out how to ensure your residence and travel papers are in order on the IND Brexit pages.

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Netherlands Chamber of Commerce, KVK
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