Brexit and planes. Great Britain closed to EU citizens by mid-March?
London, UK - The British premier May might suspend the free movement, but Downing Street denies
If what English press reported yesterday should become reality, document control procedures might change soon for citizens from the European Union that will walk off planes on British territory. With the start of negotiations with European institutions about "Brexit" -the exit of Great Britain from the Union- the prime minister of the United Kingdom Theresa May could be evaluating the possibility to limit the free movement of European citizens from middle of March, by not automatically recognizing their right to stop and permanently live in her Country. English government denied the news, but it was not sufficient to avoid that it would spread quickly. Reliable or not, it is a certainty that many things shall be redefined with Brexit: the variables are the way and when they will change, topics that will be the subject of discussions -and of conflicts- for the next two years between the representatives of the United Kingdom and those of the European Union.
World Aeronautical Press Agency