28/29 September 2022
Boris Johnson's election as Prime Minister has made it very likely that the UK will leave the EU on 31 October this year. And the likelihood of a withdrawal without an agreement ("Hard Brexit ") can no longer be dismissed. Pharmaceutical authorities see challenges for pharmaceutical manufacturers in many areas, not only in terms of drug availability or drug testing.
The MHRA has already published several guidelines for a possible no-deal scenario. This concerns the following areas:
A comprehensive overview can be found in the Collection "MHRA guidance and publications about a possible no-deal Brexit".