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HOLIDAY HELL: British travellers face FIVE HOUR passport queues at airports in Spain in a no-deal Brexit
The group's study found that an average of 201 hours of additional immigration checks may be required
The new UK Government guidelines, published yesterday, say pensioners, tourists and students in the EU will lose free healthcare after March 29 in the event of a no-deal Brexit
UK spends £23m stockpiling food and fuel in Gibraltar and other territories to prepare for no-deal Brexit
Ammunition, spare parts, fuel and food are being gathered at military bases in Gibraltar, Cyprus and the Falklands
Those wishing to vote at the next local elections will have to register by January 30
Ryanair operates more than 800 flights to or from Spain per day from airports across Britain and the EU
SPAIN is facing a flightmare post-Brexit as British-owned Iberia could lose its right to operate in the EU if the UK fails to ratify...
UK travellers will not need a visa but a separate document which lasts three years will be compulsory
The new protocol tackles long-standing issues such as tax evasion, environmental concerns, smuggling and the rights of cross-border workers
Officials had discussed the option of introducing a €60 entry permit
BA seeks has been consulting the European Commission and Madrid as it steps up preparations for a no-deal Brexit
Flights between UK and EU and pet travel under threat in gloomy new ‘no deal Brexit’ notices from British...
FLIGHTS could cease between the UK and the EU while pet travel could see owners having to plan four months in advance in a...
UK expats in Spain could face losing access to pensions and taxed for using credit cards in event of...
Annuities, deposit services, lending and insurance are just some of the financial actions where expats could face difficulties if the EU does not take action
It is not known if British nationals living in the EU will be given reciprocal rights
The Association of British Insurers claims expats living in the EU ‘might find that they couldn’t be paid their pension'