NHS and social care

In the event of a no deal, maintaining the health of our residents is vital. You can read more about Welsh Government preparations for the Welsh NHS and social care, including work across the UK to maintain the supply of medicines and drugs for patients in Wales in the event of a no deal outcome.

The advice from Welsh Government is that people should not stockpile medication as this could cause supply disruption. At this stage it is anticipated that local A&E and GP services will continue to function as normal. The council is liaising with commissioned care services in Monmouthshire to ensure their own business continuity arrangements are robust and they have considered the impact of Brexit on their staffing and supply chains for food and medicines.

Travelling through the Port of Dover or Eurotunnel under the Common Transit Convention (CTC)

Nationwide government events launched to help businesses get ready for Brexit

EU based business trading goods to or via the UK

Recent Guidance and Announcements

Letters on no deal Brexit advice for businesses trading with the EU and/or the rest of the world


Letters on no deal Brexit advice for businesses trading with the EU


Trading with the UK as an EU business after Brexit


Seafood exporters: steps to export fishery products to the EU after Brexit


Identify livestock for export to the EU in a no-deal Brexit


Exporting GM food and animal feed products if there is a no-deal Brexit


How to comply with REACH chemical regulations


Farmers and livestock exporters: steps to export live animals to the EU after Brexit


Chemical exporters: steps to export chemicals to the EU after Brexit


Farmers and food producers: steps to export meat and dairy to the EU after Brexit