Although both the Channel Isles and the Isle of Man are part of the UK, they currently have different VAT status. The Isle of Man is considered to be part of the UK and thus subject to UK VAT . The Channel Isles however are outside of the UK for VAT purposes and thus make their own rules.
Consequently anything you supply to a customer in Jersey is considered to be an export outside of the UK and VAT is not charged.
By Jo Nockels
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