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Applying for a Certificate of Pharmaceutical Product after Brexit

Applying for a Certificate of Pharmaceutical Product (CPP) if there's a no-deal Brexit.

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The way you apply for a Certificate of Pharmaceutical Product (CPP) will not change if there’s a no-deal Brexit.

There will be an extra step in the process if you want to apply for a CPP for something that’s currently a centrally authorised product (CAP).

Get a CPP for a centrally authorised product after Brexit

You’ll need to submit data about the product you’re applying for at least 2 days before you make your CPP application.

You must also email exports@mhra.gov.uk to let them know when you’re about to make your first CPP application. You only need to do this once.

Published 8 April 2019
Last updated 9 October 2019 + show all updates
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