Brexit information campaign: Owners of French second homes

Rules will change for British holiday home owners from January 2021

A new British public service campaign about Brexit launching today will include adverts aimed at those – such as owners of second homes in France – who regularly visit the EU.

It will highlight important things to bear in mind, such as the possibility that full travel health insurance will be required as there may no longer be Ehic cards [continuing such cover is supposed to be discussed in the current ‘future relationship’ talks, but it is reported that there has been little progress in these talks so far, and trade relations have been prioritised].

The UK’s new start: Let’s get going campaign will include television and radio adverts as well ...

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