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“On 31 December 2020, the transition period for the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the EU ended. This means that the UK is now formally a third country and EU law no longer applies there.

 

For the purposes of customs, the UK is treated as any other non-EU country as of 1 January 2021. In particular, customs procedures and formalities now apply to trade between the UK and the EU.

 

However, in accordance with the agreed Protocol on Ireland and Northern Ireland, EU customs rules and procedures generally continue to apply to goods entering and leaving Northern Ireland.”

 

Read the factsheet and advice for consumers here:

E Commerce Uk Factsheet

Other aspects of buying/bringing products from the UK into Ireland are clarified below:

Read the entire Brexit FAQ here:

2021 Brexit Top 50 Faq

Read the consumer advice on buying goods online from a non-European Union (third) country here

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