Insight from the House of Commons Library looking at the legislation and policy on 2020 farm payments as the UK leaves the EU.
Impact of Brexit by industry sector - all reports
This page contains a list of externally produced resources which consider the impact of the decision to leave the EU on individual industry sectors. The selection includes reports on potential issues/opportunities, forecasts and studies on related issues.
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Article from law firm Eversheds Sutherland on the implications of the withdrawal arrangements as the UK leaves the EU. Discusses business planning with sections on immigration, data protection and financial services.
Briefing from international law firm Slaughter and May which outlines the key features of the withdrawal agreement. The authors explain that the practical impact for most business is minimal during the implementation period that runs until the end of the year.
Article on Brexit and the future of pallet related trade rules in Europe. Discusses the potential impact of a deal and no-deal Brexit and how companies in the pallet sector can prepare.
Article from PwC on what it means for financial services firms now that a Brexit agreement looks likely.
Article reviewing the current and forthcoming regulatory regimes for medical devices in the EU and how Brexit may impact manufacturers and regulators working in this area. Published by the European Pharmaceutical Review.
Overview from the British Dental Association of the main areas where Brexit is likely to have an impact on dentistry.
Report from Make UK and law firm Squire Patton Boggs exploring the impact the Brexit delay has already had on manufacturers. The preparedness of manufacturers for a no deal Brexit is assessed together with the likely impact on UK manufacturing of leaving the EU without a deal.
Article published by Campaign in partnership with the Advertising Association. Discusses how an EU exit will affect advertising agencies, media owners and brands in relation to talent, data and production.
Article published by American Shipper discussing the potential impact of the UK's departure from the EU on Europe's logistics sector and supply chains.
Information from the National Association of Jewellers to help the UK jewellery industry prepare for Brexit. Includes guidance notes on intellectual property, customs, ATA carnets, hallmarking and importing and exporting.
Checklist of the 10 priority issues for recruitment agencies to help with planning in the event of a no-deal Brexit and if a deal is agreed. Published by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation.
Report from law firm Irwin Mitchell. Analyses the impact Brexit will have on different sectors and the level of disruption expected for each. Sectors covered: Manufacturing, Wholesale, retail and repair of vehicles, Admin and support services, Accommodation and food services, Agriculture, forestry and fishing, Professional, scientific and technical, Information and communication, Construction, Financial and insurance, Water supply, sewerage and waste, Health and social work, Mining and quarrying, Education, Electricity and gas, Real estate, Public admin and defence.
House of Commons briefing paper setting out the implications of a no-deal Brexit on the UK's trade with both EU and non-EU countries. Includes case studies for the automotive sector and the professional and business services sector.
National Council for Voluntary Organisations guidance on the potential implications of a no-deal Brexit for charities.
Briefing paper published by the Association of Convenience Stores to help retailers prepare for a no-deal Brexit. Covers the trading environment, workforce and regulation.
Updated analysis from IGD on the short-term challenges of a No-Deal Brexit to help inform contingency planning for the food and grocery sector.
Press release from The British Fashion Council. Highlights concerns around the impact of a no-deal Brexit on designer businesses, particularly in the areas of trade and talent.
Series of industry insights from Deloitte which summarise the implications of a no-deal Brexit and provide guidance on the steps companies can take to prepare. Industries covered: Travel and Aviation, Retail and Consumer Products, Food and Drink, Automotive, Logistics, Energy, Manufacturing, Aerospace and Defence, Banking, Asset management, Insurance, Technology, Telecommunications, Media and Arts, Professional and Business Services, Life Sciences.
The fifth CIPS Brexit survey asked businesses about the effect Brexit was having on their operations and their sourcing decisions. Issues covered included contracts; potential tariffs and delays; stock levels; new customs arrangements; EU suppliers and UK alternatives. The report looked at the impact on the manufacturing, construction, retail and energy sectors.
A hub dealing with issues facing the food and drink sector developed in partnership with 20 industry bodies. The hub includes practical information on borders and tariffs; imports and exports; transport; labeling and health marks; and immigration. Updated regularly.
Research carried out by The Andersons Centre into the impact of both a Brexit Deal and a No-Deal on the UK farming sector. Provides a top-level assessment of the impact of both scenarios on the output of different farming sectors and estimates the effects on key costs for farmers.
The Financial Times looks at the impact a no-deal Brexit could have for data flows, financial services, customs, transport and fisheries.
Article from Universities UK setting out the implications for universities associated with a possible ‘no-deal’ Brexit outcome and suggested actions to mitigate risk.
Report from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders highlighting the importance of the automotive trade to the UK economy. Discusses current and future challenges and opportunities for European and global trade. Section 4 focuses on Brexit and its potential impact in terms of tariffs, customs and trade agreements.
Article on the departure of the UK from the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom) and the measures put in place by the Government to prepare for a post-Brexit nuclear landscape. Published by law firm Gowling WLG on 15 April 2019.
Guidance from the Cosmetic, Toiletry & Perfumery Association (CTPA) to help companies plan for a no-deal Brexit. Areas covered include cosmetics regulation, customs, tariffs, goods on the market, REACH and CITE. Summarises key considerations for cosmetics manufacturers, raw material suppliers plus distributors.
Summary from UKHospitality of key no-deal implications together with suggested actions for companies within the sector. Areas covered include the workforce, supply chains and imports, food labelling and the UK's tourism sector
A NCVO blog post on how the changes to UK law being made through Brexit secondary legislation may impact charities.
A summary of the contingency plans and measures put in place by some of the largest companies in the pharmaceutical industry to prepare for a no-deal Brexit.