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Britons set to snub European holidays after Brexit

Newspaper reports during summer 2018 said the EU could class the UK along with the likes of Russia and China by charging tourists £52 for visas after Brexit. If the UK is granted an exemption from the visa requirement, Britons could still be charged £7 for entry permits under a separate EU plan that will come into force in 2020.

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