What's Yatton like now it was relatively small when I lived in Brizzle
Growing ..... quite a few new estates . Population about 10k
Wow that's what I find when I come back having left in 1986,I lived in Chipping Sodbury,quite a small village/town it's now almost connected to Bristol 12 miles away,I also find the City much changed and more crowded ,guess that's progress??
A pro-Brexit lobby group transferred its website registration address to the European Union to avoid losing its .eu top-level domain, Irish media reported on Thursday. Leave.eu is a website funded by UKIP funder Arron Banks that campaigned for Brexit. It is not affiliated with the official Vote Leave Brexit campaign but was an influential lobby group in the lead up to the 2016 Brexit referendum and subsequent negotiations. The .eu country code top-level domain is reserved for people and entities residing in the EU. As the UK has now left the bloc, the European registry for the .eu domain, EURid, suspended all British-based .eu websites. In a bid to avoid losing its domain name, which would affect its brand and its search rankings, the parent organization, Better for the Country, changed its address to a town in Ireland, according to the Irish Times and Euractiv. Euractiv reported that Leave.eu was one of 80,000 British .eu websites that EURid wrote to ahead of the Brexit cut-off date. British operators of .eu domains have until March 31 to change their address to the EU or prove that they are EU citizens, or they will lose access entirely. Banks ran the Leave.eu group with Andy Wigmore, who confirmed to French news agency AFP that they had shifted their registered office to Waterford, a town on Ireland's southeast coast. Wigmore defended the move in comments to British newspaper The Independent, saying: "Yes we did it and why not? Anyone can do it and thousands of companies have." He told the paper that the move would not include the transfer of any staff or economic activity out of the UK to the EU.
If you send or receive parcels from friends or family living in an EU country, such as France, Spain, Germany or Italy, there are some changes you need to be aware of.
The biggest changes are around customs documents and fees. Currently, you don’t have to supply a customs declaration or pay customs fees when you send a parcel from the UK to the EU, however, from January 1st 2021 this is likely to change.
On arrival to its destination, your parcel will be cleared through customs which means you will need to provide a customs declaration form that clearly states the contents and value, along with an 8 digit HS Code (also known as a commodity code or tariff code).
Although VAT will no longer be charged on goods exported to the EU, your parcel will incur customs fees which the recipient will need to pay before it can be released. The cost of these fees will vary depending on the country you’re sending to and the value of your item.
I should imagine this irritating by product of Brexit will affect, at a rough guess, at least 2/3 of the combined EU and UK populations. I don’t know about anyone else, but I am receiving parcels from friends on the continent on an almost daily basis.