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when we leave on the 31st of Jan, what does that actually mean to us in practical terms?

Do we carry on trading with the Eu on the same terms until the end of the transition period.?

What about taking hols in europe till the end of dec 2020?
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(Original post by Kutie Karen)
when we leave on the 31st of Jan, what does that actually mean to us in practical terms?

Do we carry on trading with the Eu on the same terms until the end of the transition period.?

What about taking hols in europe till the end of dec 2020?
Things stay as they do now for the average person in practical terms until the end of the transition period.
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Things stay as they do now for the average person in practical terms until the end of the transition period.
Excellent. So tariffs on trade and go on hols as normal.
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(Original post by Kutie Karen)
when we leave on the 31st of Jan, what does that actually mean to us in practical terms?

Do we carry on trading with the Eu on the same terms until the end of the transition period.?

What about taking hols in europe till the end of dec 2020?
Everything is the same
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(Original post by Kutie Karen)
Excellent. So tariffs on trade and go on hols as normal.
There are some things you need to check

Your passport must now have 6 months left.
You must get your own travel insurance as you will no longer be covered by the European Health Card.
If flying to a large airport it may take longer to get through customs.

https://www.gov.uk/visit-europe-brexit
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(Original post by ByEeek)
There are some things you need to check

Your passport must now have 6 months left.
You must get your own travel insurance as you will no longer be covered by the European Health Card.
If flying to a large airport it may take longer to get through customs.

https://www.gov.uk/visit-europe-brexit
Advice has always been to get your own health/travel insurance.
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Advice has always been to get your own health/travel insurance.
For repatriation loss, etc, but not for hospital treatment.
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Is there going be an extra bank holiday for Brexit now? That is what someone was saying.
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Is there going be an extra bank holiday for Brexit now? That is what someone was saying.
Doubtful but you never know.
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