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Could a Conservative Parliamentary election victory mean a 'Softer' Brexit & what would this mean for International Traders?

Having called a snap election, the Conservative Party is currently 21 points ahead in the first election poll since the announcement. On news of the election, the pound rose to a six-month high, largely due to speculation that five more years until the next election would lead to a 'softer' Brexit. How would a 'Soft' Brexit effect UK importers and Exporters?

What is CDS and why is it an important part of Brexit?

CDS stands for the 'Customs Declaration Services' programme and is a large scale implementation currently being undertaken by HMRC to replace the CHIEF servers (these are the servers which currently process all import, export & freight declarations). The new CDS system is due to be rolled out in December 2018, but the project has just been given an unofficial amber-red status by HMRC.

HMRC's concern for transit routes

HMRC share thier concerns with software suppliers about potential post-Brexit transit disruption. 

As a software supplier to the import/export industry and as a member of several associations, i2i Infinity often attend meetings organised by HMRC or meetings in which representatives of HMRC are guest speakers.