Below are some useful video guides from the Home Office.
We don’t yet know what the precise impact of a deal or no deal Brexit will be on the people living in Monmouthshire; on businesses operating in Monmouthshire and on the public services we provide, but, the council has been taking practical steps and considering mitigations to ensure the continued delivery of our services to residents. Monmouthshire County Council (MCC) has established a working group to look at potential BREXIT impacts led by Frances Williams – Chief Officer Enterprise and Cath Fallon – Head of Enterprise and Community Development.
We are working closely with our public sector partners and other organisations across Wales to put in place plans to try to reduce any impacts as far as possible and protect the smooth running of our services. At this stage, there are no immediate actions people need to take to prepare for a no deal outcome.
As things stand, the UK will leave the European Union on October 31st, 2019. If a transitional deal is not agreed in the next couple of weeks, then most or all of our current arrangements for dealing with the EU will stop. This could have significant implications. This webpage will be updated on a regular basis as our preparations evolve and we will signpost information from other public sector organisations who will be providing public information from their areas.
The UK Government has an Prepare for EU exit campaign to give individuals and businesses advice about preparations and the steps they may need to take.
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Further information from other partners and Welsh Government can be found on the welsh government web site – https://beta.gov.wales/brexit