Starting Wednesday, July 8th, exporters in the UK applying for a SIEL (Standard Individual Export Licenses) or a SITCL (Standard Individual Trade Control License) using the SPIRE online system will need to provide additional information. Currently, they have to specify if the person or entity receiving the goods is a consignee or an end user. Now, they will have to specify (from a dropdown menu) the type of end user: government, commercial, private individual or other (which brings up a free text field).
This information is already required if you're using one of the open licenses (e.g. OGEL). This is part of the Strategic Export Control Transparency Initiative.