By Chris Dawson June 30, 2020 - 9:09 pm

Postal operators “will lose business” if they don’t prepare for introduction of ICS2

Postal operators will lose business to their competitors if they do not act to prepare for the introduction of stringent new regulations - Import Control System 2 (ICS2). Posts are currently exempt from having to submit an entry summary declaration via the Import Control System

EU VAT ecommerce regulations delayed to July 2021

The EU Commission has stated that the new EU VAT ecommerce regulations will now apply from the 1st of July 2021 rather than the 1st of January 2021 giving member states and businesses more time to prepare, but should not be seen as a “breathing

EU acknowledges abysmal Cookie Policy needs fixing

The EU are trying to prop up their truly abysmal Cookie Policy which they strengthened under GDPR. Frankly the abysmal Cookie Policy is, at least for many, worse than not having a Cookie Policy at all and it's interpretation hasn't helped. What are Cookies? Firstly, what are

Brexit ratified by EU as UK MEPs pack up to come home

On Wednesday this week, Members of the European Parliament overwhelmingly voted to accept the withdrawal agreement negotiated by Boris Johnson meaning in the final step which sees Brexit ratified. This was inevitable after the Bill had cleared the committee stage last week but was still

Is the Cookie Law outdated and frankly just annoying?

Cookies are a basic part of how the Internet works but there's hardly anyone I know that is in favour of pop ups on just about every website due to the EU's Cookie Law. They store little bits of information about you such as when

Strong Customer Authentication: How will it affect merchants?

Even on the day the Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) regulation came into force across Europe, the requirements for merchants remained unclear. The impact will be significantly differing payment experience across Europe, with increased friction in the payment process resulting in reduced conversion rates, says Paul

Government to assign EORI numbers to VAT registered businesses

If you are a VAT registered business then you will be getting assigned an EORI number within the next few weeks... if you don't already have one. It's part of the Goverement's plans to step up planning for a no-deal Brexit. Our new Chancellor, Sajid Javid

How Zalando addressed the introduction of PSD2

On the 14 of September, Strong Customer Authentication comes into force as part of the EU Payment Services Directive (PSD2). For customers, this means that payment will be even more secure. If they want to pay online, they will have to authenticate their payment using

What is an EORI number and do you need one before Brexit?

If you trade with the EU, it is possible you will need an EORI number (Economic Operator Registration and Identification Number). This will be crucial should the UK leave the EU without a formal deal in place. What is an EORI Number? According to the European Commission,

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