Post-Brexit VAT on overseas parcels would be a ‘no-deal stealth tax’

September 9, 2019 Alexander Whiteman

Further scrutiny is being heaped on the UK government’s Brexit strategy with claims of a “no-deal stealth tax” and calls for special economic status for freight gateways.  
Head of consumer research at Parcelhero David Jinks has slammed the government’s £900m ‘Get Ready for Brexit’ campaign, claiming it provides business with “little new information”.  
He added: “But it does reveal that the £15 VAT threshold on overseas parcels would be quietly scrapped, should there still be ...

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