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Old Apr 3, 19, 7:34 am
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The EU Council and EU parliament have agreed a proposal on visa free travel for UK citizens post-Brexit, assuming no other agreement on movement of people.

​The Council and the European Parliament have agreed that, following Brexit, UK citizens coming to the Schengen area for a short stay (90 days in any 180 days) should be granted visa free travel.​
Analysis of the proposal by Steve Peers, a professor from the University of Essex and Brexit blogger can be found here.

Summary - visa free travel to allow UK citizens within Schengen and other EU countries for a period of 90 out of 180 days. We will use the "All Other Passport" lanes. We will have to apply for the ETIAS. Doesn't apply to travel to the Republic of Ireland due to the common travel area. Goes into effect immediately if the UK leaves without a deal, or at the end of the transition period with the existing withdrawal agreement (unless the agreed future relationship contains an overriding arrangement).

Nothing too surprising here.
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