Brexit: UK To Change Drug Import And Export Rules From 2021
Guidance Explains When Written Confirmations Will Be Needed For APIs
New guidance documents issued by the UK regarding medicines regulation after the end of the Brexit transition period cover the import of medicinal products from countries on an approved list, trade in APIs between the UK and third countries, and the acceptance of batch testing under existing mutual recognition agreements.
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The UK BioIndustry Association says the updated guidance will result in duplicative and costly repetition and dent industry’s confidence in the government’s competence.
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency has outlined the various common scenarios that may occur when companies submit a UK pediatric investigation plan after the Brexit transition period has expired.
One effect of Brexit is that the UK’s National Institute for Biological Standards and Control will have additional responsibilities from next year in terms of the independent batch testing and release of products such as vaccines and medicines derived from human blood and plasma in Great Britain.