UK formally left the EU on 31 January 2020
The Withdrawal Agreement (WA) laid out the legal position for the year ended 31 December 2020
From 1 January 2021 UK is a Third State …. “a country which is not party to an international treaty or agreement”
As UK is no longer an EU Member, different rules will apply to each EU country, set out by – bi-lateral arrangements, specialist programs, ….
UK will no longer benefit from the four basic EU freedoms:
- Free movement of capital,
- Free movement of goods.
- Freedom to establish and provide services.
- Free movement of persons.
If you are a business
You should also decide how you want to make customs declarations and whether you need to get someone to deal with customs for you.
You will need a GDPR representative in an EU country
Use the checker tool
If you’re an EU citizen, staying in the UK
If you are Living and working in Italy
Check please the rules of the country where you live for residency, for healthcare, tax regulations, driving licence etc