Issued by the Ministry of External Relations
The UK electorate voted in a referendum on 23rd June 2016 and decided to leave the European Union. Once the UK leave the EU, Jersey's approach to external trade will need to continue to adapt. 'No change' will not be an option and the island may have difficult choices to make as the negotiations progress. Your feedback and engagement at this early state will help us to understand the issues most important to Islanders, which will help inform the development of future trade negotiations and feed into Jersey's ongoing engagement with the UK government to ensure the best outcome for Jersey.
Information you give in this survey is anonymous and will be treated in the strictest confidence. No individual identifiable data will be shared with any other States department and any comments you make in response to the open-ended questions will be checked to ensure they cannot identify the person responding or any individual being referred to.
The survey should take no longer than 15 minutes to complete. There are a few questions near the beginning with an asterisk next to them that are obligatory to fill in before the page can be saved. You can move backwards and forwards to modify responses using the buttons at the bottom of each page, but please make sure you press the 'Finish survey' button on the final page so that your survey responses are saved.
If you wish to contact us or have any queries regarding this survey, please contact External Relations by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please make sure you have submitted your response by the deadline of 19th May.
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