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Which countries make up the United Kingdom?

The United Kingdom (UK) is made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. These countries will leave the European ...

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When will the United Kingdom leave the European Union?

The UK will leave the EU at 23.00 local time (midnight in the Netherlands) on 29 March 2019.

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Representations: United Kingdom

26-10-2012

I live in the United Kingdom and pay tax in the Netherlands. How will Brexit affect me?

If there is a deal between the EU and the UK, nothing will change for you during the transition period, i.e. until 31 December ...

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Embassy of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland ('s-Gravenhage)

21-02-2018

Impact of Brexit on the rights of Dutch citizens in the United Kingdom

The European Union and the United Kingdom have reached a provisional agreement on the rights of EU citizens in the UK. If this ...

Joint Statement from the United States, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom on UN Human Rights Council Reform

The following is a joint statement from the United States, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom following a ...

Media article | 21-09-2017

State Secretary Teeven to visit the United Kingdom

On Tuesday 11 and Wednesday 12 January, State Secretary of Security and Justice Teeven will pay a working visit to the United ...

News item | 10-01-2011 | 14:15

Agreement with United Kingdom grants tax transparency to pension funds and investor

The Dutch government has concluded an agreement with the United Kingdom on the tax aspects of the Dutch closed-end common fund.

News item | 01-09-2010 | 14:31

This morning’s first response of Prime Minister Rutte on the outcome of the United Kingdom referendum

Prime Minister Rutte: ‘The result of the UK referendum is disappointing. We must now look for stable solutions, calmly, and one ...

News item | 24-06-2016 | 09:00