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“The Commission is in the process of updating some of the content on this website in the light of the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union. If the site contains content that does not yet reflect the withdrawal of the United Kingdom, it is unintentional and will be addressed.”

As far as EUMOFA is concerned, all data collection, management and dissemination procedures followed for the United Kingdom prior to the withdrawal from the European Union are the same as those applied to all EU Member States.

After the withdrawal date, the United Kingdom data in EUMOFA are no longer included in EU aggregations but provided in separate sections together with other non-EU countries.

Below is summarised the overall approach adopted for each EUMOFA dataset. More details are reported in the general metadata (link) or in the specific metadata available for each simple and advanced table

 

WEEKLY DATA

The United Kingdom is considered part of the EU until week 5 of 2020 and its data until that week are available in all tables at EU level. Starting from week 6 of 2020, the United Kingdom’s weekly data are available separately, together with other non-EU countries (Iceland and Norway).

 

MONTHLY DATA

The United Kingdom is considered part of the EU till January 2020 and its data until that month are available in all tables at EU level. Starting from February 2020, the United Kingdom’s monthly data are available separately, together with other non-EU countries (Iceland and Norway).

 

YEARLY DATA

The United Kingdom is considered part of the EU till 2019 and its data until that year are available in all tables at EU level. Starting from 2020, the United Kingdom’s yearly data are no longer available in EUMOFA.