How to find the temporary rates of customs duty (tariffs) on imports into the UK if we leave the EU with no deal.
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If the UK leaves the EU with no deal, you may need to pay different rates of customs duty (tariffs) on imports into the UK. These rates would only be applied if the UK were to leave the EU with no deal and would be in place for up to 12 months.
Check temporary rates of customs duty (tariffs) if the UK leaves the EU with no deal
The UK Trade Tariff tool would be updated with the new rates of customs duty (tariffs) if the UK were to leave the EU with no deal.
If you need to pay customs duty, the rates (tariffs) could vary depending on where you import your goods from.
To find out what these rates would be ahead of the tool being updated:
Find out whether a preferential tariff rate, most favoured nation tariff rate or tariff rate quota applies by searching for the good using the commodity code.
Preferential tariff rates
A preferential tariff rate would apply if the country:
If a preferential tariff rate applies, this is the rate of customs duty (tariff) you would pay.
Most favoured nation (MFN) tariff rates
If a preferential tariff rate does not apply, this is the rate of customs duty (tariff) you would pay.
View MFN tariff rates that would apply after a no-deal Brexit.
Tariff rate quotas (TRQ)
If a tariff rate quota applies, you could apply to import a limited amount at a reduced rate of customs duty (tariff). You would need to claim for the tariff rate quota using the TRQ order number.
Find out more about tariff quotas.
If the UK leaves the EU with no deal, the UK government would not introduce any new checks or controls on goods at the land border between Ireland and Northern Ireland.
The temporary rates of customs duty (tariffs) on imports would not apply to goods crossing from Ireland into Northern Ireland.
Contact HMRC if you have a question about UK imports after Brexit.
Find out more about importing into the UK if the UK leaves with no deal.