The Minister for Brexit Opportunities and Government Efficiency said on the 28th of April 2022 that the new controls for EU-UK migration, which had been scheduled to go into effect on the 1st of July 2022, have been delayed until further notice.
This year, the remaining import limitations on EU goods will not be implemented, saving British businesses up to £1 billion annually in costs. Instead, the Government is accelerating a transformational effort to digitally change Britain’s borders, using new technology and data to decrease friction and costs for businesses and consumers.
This is a new approach for a new era, as the United Kingdom maximises the benefits of leaving the European Union and implements the appropriate policies for our trade with the rest of the world. This is due to the Government’s announcement that no new import restrictions will be imposed on EU products in 2018.