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MachoMadness

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Re: No Brexit Extension
« Reply #750 on August 04, 2020, 12:35:13 PM by MachoMadness »
That's exactly what it is. Blaming "the fine print" because he knows it'll play well to the gallery. If there is fine print, we're supposed to have the country's top lawyers and diplomats checking it over, so what difference does it make?

Not Now Kato

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Re: No Brexit Extension
« Reply #751 on August 04, 2020, 03:16:11 PM by Not Now Kato »
At last, a real benefit of Brexit - the Government has come up with a plan to make it really easy to export good to the EU....
 
https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/enforcing-operation-brock-plans-in-2021/proposed-legislative-amendments-on-enforcing-operation-brock
 
It's going to be just as easy as Levers were promised....
 
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Being border-ready means that an HCV driver is carrying all the necessary documentation to get through the GB and EU port (or has been provided with the appropriate information to get the documentation).
This includes:

    customs documentation:
        a master or movement reference number (MRN) from an import declaration if the goods are going to stay in the country of disembarkation (for example, goods going from GB to France), or a transit accompanying document if the goods are either staying in the country of disembarkation or going to move beyond it (for example, goods going from GB to Spain via France)
        an admission temporaire/temporary admission (ATA) carnet if the goods are temporarily going abroad (for example, goods going from GB to France and then back to GB)
        a transports internationaux routiers (TIR) carnet if goods are sealed and/or going to non-Common Transit Convention (CTC) member countries (for example, GB to India overland).

    import and export documentation depending on what goods are carried (it is possible that a free trade agreement or sectoral deal may change some of the requirements for import and export documentation). For example, EU member state authorities will check for the following on arrival at the EU port:
        products of animal origin require an export health certificate
        plant and plant-based products require a phytosanitary certificate
        fish require a catch certificate, export health certificate and where appropriate a captain’s certificate.


Some documentation could be electronic or physical (like the MRN barcode) while others would need to be physical (like the ATA carnet). Please note that the list is not exhaustive; for more information, please refer to the Border Operating Model published on 13 July 2020.
In addition, there may be other forms of import/export documentation that an HCV driver will need to carry on behalf of their trader which would not be checked at the ports. An HCV driver using the accompanied roll on roll off (RoRo) route would need a safety and security declaration before arriving in the EU. However, EU rules mean that they can be completed shortly before arriving in the EU.
Some EU member states have additional national requirements for goods arriving from GB, for example:

    France requires the use of the SI Brexit system, and the MRN barcodes for multiple consignments must be compiled in to a single ‘envelope’ MRN that will be scanned
    the Netherlands and Belgium require that all movements are pre-notified using the Portbase and RXSeaport systems respectively; HCVs that are not pre-notified will not be allowed to leave Dutch or Belgian ports

SydneyRover

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Re: No Brexit Extension
« Reply #752 on August 04, 2020, 11:03:50 PM by SydneyRover »
Brock is a perfect name it can be used in many contexts such as it's brock, it's f**king brock, it's really f**king brock  :)


Glyn_Wigley

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Re: No Brexit Extension
« Reply #753 on August 04, 2020, 11:56:47 PM by Glyn_Wigley »
At last, a real benefit of Brexit - the Government has come up with a plan to make it really easy to export good to the EU....
 
https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/enforcing-operation-brock-plans-in-2021/proposed-legislative-amendments-on-enforcing-operation-brock
 
It's going to be just as easy as Levers were promised....
 
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Being border-ready means that an HCV driver is carrying all the necessary documentation to get through the GB and EU port (or has been provided with the appropriate information to get the documentation).
This includes:

    customs documentation:
        a master or movement reference number (MRN) from an import declaration if the goods are going to stay in the country of disembarkation (for example, goods going from GB to France), or a transit accompanying document if the goods are either staying in the country of disembarkation or going to move beyond it (for example, goods going from GB to Spain via France)
        an admission temporaire/temporary admission (ATA) carnet if the goods are temporarily going abroad (for example, goods going from GB to France and then back to GB)
        a transports internationaux routiers (TIR) carnet if goods are sealed and/or going to non-Common Transit Convention (CTC) member countries (for example, GB to India overland).

    import and export documentation depending on what goods are carried (it is possible that a free trade agreement or sectoral deal may change some of the requirements for import and export documentation). For example, EU member state authorities will check for the following on arrival at the EU port:
        products of animal origin require an export health certificate
        plant and plant-based products require a phytosanitary certificate
        fish require a catch certificate, export health certificate and where appropriate a captain’s certificate.


Some documentation could be electronic or physical (like the MRN barcode) while others would need to be physical (like the ATA carnet). Please note that the list is not exhaustive; for more information, please refer to the Border Operating Model published on 13 July 2020.
In addition, there may be other forms of import/export documentation that an HCV driver will need to carry on behalf of their trader which would not be checked at the ports. An HCV driver using the accompanied roll on roll off (RoRo) route would need a safety and security declaration before arriving in the EU. However, EU rules mean that they can be completed shortly before arriving in the EU.
Some EU member states have additional national requirements for goods arriving from GB, for example:

    France requires the use of the SI Brexit system, and the MRN barcodes for multiple consignments must be compiled in to a single ‘envelope’ MRN that will be scanned
    the Netherlands and Belgium require that all movements are pre-notified using the Portbase and RXSeaport systems respectively; HCVs that are not pre-notified will not be allowed to leave Dutch or Belgian ports

The Government hasn't come up with anything. These are exactly the measures that anyone who knows about this kind of stuff knew would have to be re-introduced to import/export traffic once we left the SM/CU. This is what movements to non-EU countries already have to have, all that's happening is that all the EU countries are going to be joining them after December 31st. If anybody thinks this is a surprise (or, even more ridiculously, an EU plot against Britain!) then they haven't been watching properly.