Brexit: second home-owners campaign for long stays

The 180 days visa-free campaign fights for second home-owners' rights. Pictured: campervan stops to enjoy the view at Plateau d'Emparis, La Grave, France.
The 180 days visa-free campaign fights for second home-owners' rights. Pictured: campervan stops to enjoy the view at Plateau d'Emparis, La Grave, France.

A campaign by holiday home-owners, campervan enthusiasts, and others who enjoy long visits to France is gaining support after lobbying MPs.

The 180 days visa-free campaign opposes the rule that Britons, like other “third-country citizens”, will be allowed only 90 days in any 180 in the EU after the Brexit transition period. Obtaining a visa for longer stays would be costly and time-consuming. Instead, campaigners want UK Brexit negotiators to ask for British visitors to be able to spend up to half a year in the EU visa-free, as Britons can do now without becoming ...

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