Useful links by topic
- Selling services to the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein from 1 January 2021
- Apply to the EU Settlement Scheme (settled and pre-settled status)
Recruiting from outside the UK
- UK points-based immigration system: employer information
- Recruiting people from outside the UK from 1 January 2021
Global Talent Visa
- Visit Europe from 1 January 2021
- Passport rules for travel to Europe from 1 January 2021
- Living in Europe
- Using your mobile in EU and EEA countries after the UK leaves the EU
- Driving abroad
- Providing services and travelling for business to the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein: country guides
Your business and services
- .eu domain names – what you need to do before the end of the transition period
- The eCommerce Directive after the transition period
Movement of goods
- Import, export and customs for businesses
- Get an EORI number
- Exporting or importing objects of cultural interest from 1 January 2021
- How to use your ATA Carnet
- Trading and moving endangered species protected by CITES from 1 January 2021
- Trade Tariff: look up commodity codes, duty and VAT rates
- The Border Operating Model
- Arts Council England’s Brexit information page, including an EU Exit: Transition Period Guide, is here.
- Arts Council of Wales’ briefing note on Brexit for arts practitioners is here (last updated Sep 2019).
- Creative Scotland’s Brexit page is here.
- Northern Ireland’s government EU exit information page is here.
- UK outdoor arts organisation XTRAX has a practical guide to Brexit for outdoor arts touring companies here
Not sure what it all means? Check out this list of FAQs on this regularly updated BBC Brexit Guide, including a really useful jargon buster.
What is One Dance UK doing?
Since the EU referendum in June 2016, One Dance UK has been working tirelessly on assessing the impact of Brexit on dance and our members, and on making sure our sector is prepared for the changes related to leaving the EU.
We are in touch regularly with ministers, parliamentarians and officials, joining meetings and roundtables in order to increase awareness and understanding of the unique challenges faced by the dance sector. We have also been working alongside partners and organisations representing the performing arts and creatives industries to align approaches on shared issues.
We created the Dance Sector Brexit Working Group as a dedicated task force to gather data and discuss issues around Brexit. One Dance UK has been conveying priorities and recommendations from this group to relevant government departments, as well as sharing government updates and regularly briefing group members on any developments.
We have conducted member surveys, published reports, responded to consultations and provided evidence, cases studies and information to DCMS, DfE and Arts Council England.
- We urged the Government to put the right conditions in place to ensure the UK dance sector can continue to thrive after the UK leaves the EU.
- We highlighted the reliance of the UK dance sector on EEA migrant workers.
- We called for the continued ease of movement of talent and goods across borders, both in terms of visas as well as appropriate entry criteria such as salary thresholds.
- We signalled the direct impact on touring work of large to mid and smaller-scale companies, as well as on the vast number of freelancers working in our sector.
- We expressed concern about the potential impact on European cooperation projects and on the reach and diversity of the art form itself.
As the national sector support organisation for dance, our priority is representing you. We will keep working closely both with DCMS and all of you into 2021, to support you and find answers to your questions as we navigate the new context that we will all be operating in.
If you wish to talk with us further about Brexit, ask a question or express a concern that you would like us to raise with DCMS, use the button below.