1. Alcohol and cigarettes. In the UK from countries not members of the EU can be imported duty-free:200 cigarettes, or 100 cigarillos, or 50 cigars, or 250 grams of tobacco;1 litre of alcoholic beverages fortress over 22 degrees or 2 liters of fortified wine to 22 degrees;- 16 litres of beer;- 4 l of ordinary wine.
2. Jewelry. Personal belongings, including jewelry, etc. at a cost of over 4000 euros must be declared.
3. Cars and petrol. The importation of a vehicle for personal use for a period of not more than 6 months you must fill out a customs form C 110 and send it by mail to the Bureau for tax exemption (National Import Reliefs Unit), and you should leave a copy of it. To declare the car at the border is not required. The main condition for duty-free import of cars is its removal before the expiration of the specified period.
Students or individuals working on the contract, visitors may bring the vehicle for the period of their studies or contract, then it should be removed. When leaving the country a copy of the customs form must be sent to the above authority. Imported vehicle must have an insurance policy valid in the UK. Import petrol for personal use is limited by the capacity of the tank of the car.
4. To be imported into the UK is prohibited: military munitions, explosives, firearms, unlicensed medicines, pornography, pirated products, meat, fish, honey, eggs, milk and other animal products. For personal consumption mentioned food products can be imported in limited quantities.
5. Other. Foreigners arriving in the UK private jet or yacht can import duty-free goods worth respectively 390 or 270 pound.