These documents are drafts. Final versions will be uploaded with the legislation, which is subject to Parliamentary approval.
If the UK leaves the EU with no deal, you may need to pay different rates of customs duty (tariffs) on imports.
If your goods aren’t listed, they will have a zero duty rate (tariff).
If you need to pay customs duty, the rates (tariffs) could vary depending on where you import your goods from.
Preferential tariff rates
If a preferential tariff rate applies, this is the rate of customs duty you will pay.
Most-favoured-nation (MFN) tariff rates
If a preferential tariff rate does not apply, this is the rate of customs duty you will pay.
Some goods will have an asterisk (*) instead of the most-favoured-nation (MFN) tariff rate. In this case, to find the MFN tariff rate you’ll need to:
Use the UK Trade Tariff tool to find the 10 digit commodity code.
Search for this commodity code in the tariff reference document.
Tariff quota rates of duty
If a tariff quota rate applies, you can apply to import a limited amount at a reduced rate of customs duty.
Search for the Tariff Quota Rate Order number in the Tariff Quota Rate Reference Document.