UK agrees customs arrangements with crown dependencies
The UK has signed a series of arrangements with the crown dependencies to maintain and reaffirm its close customs relationships, which will come into force when they and the UK leave the EU customs union
27 Nov 2018
The arrangements, signed with Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man are designed to ensure that, post Brexit, traders moving goods between the UK and crown dependencies (and vice versa) will continue to pay no customs duty and the UK and the crown dependencies will maintain a common external tariff.
Mel Stride, financial secretary to the Treasury said: ‘These new agreements place our customs relationships on a firm footing for the future, and reflect the shared objective of the UK and crown dependency governments to ensure a continuation of our current customs relationships when the UK leaves the EU.’