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After another eventful Brexit month, the tug-of-war between Parliament and No 10 continues, and so do negotiations between the UK Government and the EU on the practicalities of a post-Brexit Irish/Northern Irish border.

But time is marching on. The UK’s expected withdrawal from the EU on Hallowe’en at 11pm is now less than five weeks away.

A no-deal Brexit is likely to have real practical consequences for all of us, including the courageous, who have holidays planned for immediately after Brexit.

If you are planning to travel to the EU (other than Ireland), there are four key questions to ask yourself. For more information, read our latest comment piece in the Herald on ‘Travelling after Brexit’.

 

Visit our Brexit Hub for regular updates on Brexit related matters including our Brexit checklist for businesses to assess how ready they are for Brexit.

Hannah Frahm
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