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Retail, Food, and Hospitality Brexit round-up 11 August

14 August 2019
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Retail, Food, and Hospitality Brexit round-up w/e 11 August: UK politicians discuss Brexit preparations, Government departments publish revised no deal Brexit guidance.

Brexit developments

UK politicians discuss Brexit preparations with business: Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom has held a Brexit summit with a number of business leaders and also held discussions with 19 business federations with Cabinet and Department for Culture, Media and Sport Ministers. View > View > Michael Gove together with the Home Secretary and Transport Secretary have visited the Port of Dover to assess no deal Brexit preparedness. View > The UK Government has also pledged to undertake a range of actions to protect science. View >

Government departments publish revised no deal Brexit guidance:
DEFRA – Importing and exporting fish. View >
DEFRA – Trading in fluorinated gases and ozone depleting substances. View >
MHCLG – Construction products regulation. View >
DHSC – Assessment and management of food and feed safety risks. View >
DHSC – Nutrition, Vitamins and Minerals, Nutrition and Health Claims including ‘on hold’ claims. View >  View > View > View >
DHSC – On labelling of e-cigarettes and tobacco products. View >
HOME OFFICE – Trading in drugs precursors. View >
BEIS – Business structures and on employment rights. View > View >

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