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Under the trade deal brokered between the European Union and the UK, Britons will lose some benefits while travelling.
European commission indicates Britons will face ban on nonessential travel at end of Brexit transition.
Remember when @michaelgove said categorically that a Leave vote would have zero consequences for Brits living in France, Spain, Greece and all the EU/FoM countries? ... watch this space.
Self-harm inflicted on the British people is the direct effect of Brexit itself. / "But if this elementary reality has to be explained every time that British tabloids express astonishment at the latest materialisation of the bleeding obvious, we may lose the will to live."
Rules on travelling to and from European Union countries will change on 1 January 2021.
British travellers could face hours of delays at EU airports if e-gates are blocked.
New research carried out by Tourism Ireland has found that a growing number of people in Britain are booking their holidays later and will take fewer short breaks than normal in the next 12 months because of Brexit.
With a month to go, here is everything you need to know about travel in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Travel firm Thomas Cook has warned of "further headwinds" for the rest of the year after reporting a £1.5bn loss for the first half of the year.
Thomas Cook blamed Brexit uncertainty as it announced a £1.5bn loss and confirmed that multiple bids had been made for its airline.
The odds of crashing out of the EU with No-Deal are rising - and here's why that's a bit of a worry.
Businesses won’t be able to hire British staff on seasonal contracts if UK crashes out of EU.
The impact of Brexit on the outbound travel sector could put 25,000 jobs at risk and see a hike in holiday prices of almost a third, a new report warns today.
Brits will need at least six months on their passport date for travel around Europe.
The UK is set to leave the European Union on 29 March 2019. Brexit has profound implications for travellers. This is the latest on what we know, what we think we know and what we still don’t know.
UK tourists to some of Europe’s most popular holiday destinations could face hours of delays because of additional entry checks at EU airports in a no-deal Brexit, an investigation has found.
British tourists may have to pay to visit European countries after Brexit because of Spanish demands over the status of Gibraltar.
Flybmi has become the latest airline casualty, leaving thousands of passengers stranded and many more with now-worthless advance reservations.
Brexit uncertainty has forced a European airline to cancel flights to the UK, leaving British holidaymakers stranded.
‘Leaving the EU with no agreement in place could lead to owners facing longer waits to get their pet cleared for travel and higher costs’
If you wish to travel to the EU with your pet after 29th March 2019 we recommend speaking with your vet at least four months in advance of your date of travel.
Advice for pet owners planning to take a pet to any EU country after 29 March 2019 in the event of the UK leaving the EU without a deal.
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has advised that should the UK leave the EU next year without a deal, there would be important implications for pet owners wishing to travel overseas with their animals from 30 March 2019.
Chairman Roger Allard said the company went under following unrest in North Africa and the Middle East and Brexit which saw the pound hammered against the dollar and the euro.