Latest Brexit news

This page shows Brexit news that has been published recently.

4 March 

Temporary Import of horses

Revenue have issued guidance in relation to the temporary admission procedure for importing horses from outside the European Union (EU). You will find further information in Temporary import and export of horses.

26 February

Revenue has introduced some enhancements to the Pre-Boarding notification functionality. You will find further information in eCustoms Notification 25/2021

18 February

Customs payments methods

Revenue have outlined the options for making payments relating to import declarations. You will find further information in eCustoms Notification 23/2021.

Returned Goods Relief and Movement of motor vehicles

Revenue have outlined the scenarios for where Returned Goods relief can be availed for relating to the importation of motor vehicles. You will find further information in eCustoms Notification 24/2021.

2 February

Fisheries formalities

Revenue have outlined the customs formalities in relation to changes for fisheries from 1 January 2021. You will find further information in eCustoms Notification 17/2021.

28 January

Movement of goods from the EU to Ireland through the UK

Revenue have outlined scenarios relating to:

  • goods that pass through the UK on their way to Ireland
  • and
  • their treatment on arrival in Ireland under the Union Customs Code and the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement.

You will find further information in eCustoms Notification 14/2021.

19 January

Customs simplifications

Compliant and trustworthy economic operators, subject to the fulfilment of conditions, can be granted an authorisation for the use of customs simplifications. You will find further information in eCustoms Notification 09/2021.

13 January

Common issues encountered

Revenue has identified common trader errors when submitting declarations. You will find more information and solutions in eCustoms notification 06 of 2021.

Claiming Preferential Duty

The Trade and Cooperation Agreement between the EU and the UK allows businesses to avail of a preference for zero tariffs when importing goods of UK origin. You will find information about how you can claim this preference in eCustoms notification 36 of 2020.

Availing of postponed accounting

Postponed accounting for VAT at the point of entry is available for Irish Customs and Excise and VAT registered importers. You will find information about how to claim postponed accounting on eCustoms notification 032 of 2020.

Exports from Ireland to Great Britain, through Northern Ireland

You will find Information about  how to make declarations for goods being exported from Ireland to Great Britain, through Northern Ireland in eCustoms notification 07 of 2021.

Making payments to your Revenue account

You can make payments to your Revenue account to cover import liabilities through ROS or MyAccount. You will find further information in C and E online payments in ROS or myAccount.

28 December 2020

EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement

A Trade and Cooperation Agreement between the EU and the UK has been agreed and will be provisionally implemented from 1 January 2021.