No-deal Brexit - Travelling

A no-deal Brexit will have consequences for the possibility to travel swiftly between the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. When the United Kingdom leaves the EU, the British will no longer be treated as EU citizens, but as third-country nationals. This means that British citizens can no longer use the separate passageways meant for citizens from the EU/EER/CH. The border control will carry out extra, more thoroughly, checks to the British passengers, which results in extra travelling time.

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