France aims to simplify no-deal Brexit travel rules

France is seeking to minimise travel problems and border issues in the event of a no-deal, an Interior Ministry source says.

An EU streamlined entry/exit registration system for visiting non-EU citizens, logging personal details and travel dates, is to be launched at the earliest in 2021.

Until then, Britons would be subject to current require­ments, including showing enough funds for the trip, health insurance, proof of accom­modation and ...

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