Other Support

In addition to the support available from Welsh Government, there are many other third party organisations that have information on Brexit related issues and queries, including:

Federation of Small Businesses
A four part Brexit research series focuses on overseas trade, access to labour and skills, EU funding and the future of regulation

British Chambers of Commerce
Business Brexit Checklist and latest Brexit research

Brexit Toolkit
Self-Audit Tool for Importing and Exporting Goods

British Retail Consortium
A series of factsheets and reports for the retail industry including a Tariff Roadmap

Cardiff University
Cardiff University blog bringing together contributions from a range of leading academics and thinkers

Confederation of British Industry (CBI)
Sector-by-sector analysis of the views of business on Brexit and insight and analysis reports

UK Government advice to business on how to prepare if the UK leaves the EU with no deal

HM Revenue and Customs – GOV.UK
Having trouble paying your tax bill? Contact their Business Payment Support Service if more time is required to settle pre-existing tax liabilities. If you can’t afford to pay your tax bill in one go, HMRC may agree to payment by instalments.

Read research and analysis from Parliament's libraries and committees on how leaving the EU will affect different policy areas in the UK

Price Waterhouse Coopers
A series of documents and podcasts to help businesses prepare for Brexit

Public Health Wales
A series of Brexit Health Hub pages which cover a wide range of topics including Brexit and Agriculture, Brexit and work, Brexit and trade

KPMG – Navigating Brexit
Explore Brexit Insight and Brexit Navigator for guidance on what to do next

Welsh Local Government Association
Information and publications from the Welsh Local Government Association

University of Birmingham
The Economic Impacts of Brexit on the UK, its Regions, its Cities and its Sectors. Funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, this project started in April 2017 and is part of a series of projects to support the initiative UK in a Changing Europe