December 28th local time, the BBC reported that British Cabinet Secretary of Staff Michael Gove said that since the Brexit transition ended on December 31, Britain and Europe will implement new management measures under the agreement, and people should be prepared for the “buffer period” for the transition between the old and the new provisions.
Gove said that when the Brexit transition ended on December 31, there would be “actual and procedural changes”.
Gove also urged people going to the EU region to do pre-debound inspection and consideration, including border inspection and mobile phone roaming charges.
On the same day, the ambassadors of 27 EU member states have provisionally ratified the Anglo-European trade agreement.
The agreement was reached on the 24th and is expected to be formally signed by the Council of the European Union and the European Commission on the 30th.
The British Parliament will also vote on the agreement on the 30th.