EU–UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement 2020
DISCLAIMER: This page and the pages that are linked to it were part of the Isle of Man's preparation for the UK leaving the EU. The pages are currently being reviewed and will be revised in due course.
When the UK left the European Union (EU), the Isle of Man's limited relationship with the EU (as set out in Protocol 3 to the UK's Treaty of Accession) fell - although it has continued to have legal effect, during the transition period, which ends 31 December 2020.
After many months of negotiation, the United Kingdom and the European Union have agreed the final terms of their future trading relationship, and the Isle of Man is covered by certain parts of that Agreement. Please find here, a useful summary of the key elements of the Agreement, and importantly what it means for our Island.
New rules will take effect on 1 January 2021.
Use the links below to find out what actions that you and your business can take now to prepare for the end of the transition period and the future relationship.
Officers from the Isle of Man Government continue to work with relevant officials from across the UK Government to set out the Isle of Man's priorities and discuss the implications of the end of the transition period for the Island. This work is helping to inform the UK's position but is also essential in building contacts with the people who are involved in the negotiations on the future relationship between the UK and the EU so that they are clear about the Island's issues and priorities.
For information on the transition period visit gov.uk/transition
If you live and work in an EU country you should check what you will need to do in the country you’re living in.
Check what you need to do now.
- Make sure you have your Economic Operator Registration and Identification (EORI) number
- Decide how to make customs declarations
Find out what else your Business can do now to prepare for the future relationship.
From 1 January 2021 there will be new rules to travel to the EU, Switzerland, Norway and Liechtenstein.
Check what you need to do to travel to Europe from 2021.
The Isle of Man Government wants to ensure that all sectors of the Isle of Man's diverse society have the information they need to get ready for 1 January 2021. If you, your organisation, or if you know of anyone who might need a printed or alternative version of any of the information contained on this website, including the Are You Ready For 2021 Guide, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.