With Brexit, there have been and continue to be logistical and regulatory challenges around the shipping of goods between the UK and Europe. This is due to the changing requirements for customs agencies in each country that we ship to, and often involves increased certification and checks on all products on a country-by-country basis. All of these changes mean there is extra administration involved in each shipment, which in turn means it costs our delivery partners more to deliver to Europe than it used to. This charge is an extra £4.50, meaning it now costs a flat £19.50 to deliver to Europe.
Exceptions are Norway and Switzerland, which remain at £15 for delivery as they are in Europe but not part of the EU.