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Post Brexit, Britons may have to apply online and pay a fee in order to visit the EU.
The big summer holiday getaway has literally failed to get off the ground for thousands of people at Barcelona airport.
EU Ministers have agreed on an ‘emergency brake’ for visa waiver programmes for some countries.
A deal on visa-free travel for Turks within Europe was looking less likely on Wednesday. The visa-free deal is supposed to be in place by the end of
It is a long-cherished Turkish desire and today the European Commission, in the teeth of opposition from several EU member states, is expected to
A European working in another EU country keeps their benefits, right? And if you fall ill in your country of work, EU law says you are entitled to stay and claim benefits, right? Think again. Some EU
Officials from Denmark, Sweden and Germany have been at emergency talks in Brussels – amid mounting concerns over new border controls. It comes after
Another potential public relations disaster may heading Israel’s way. While it looks unlikely to be a repeat of the deadly 2010 confrontation that
A number of global airlines are set to standardise the size of all carry-on hand luggage we take onboard aircraft, meaning smaller bags than many of
Europe’s Schengen zone celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. It allows citizens of 26 European Union countries to travel and go through
The challenges of opening a bank account in another country are explored in this edition of Utalk. The question comes from Alexandra in Prague: “
EU citizens are able to get public health insurance cover in all member states. We explain what you have to.
Want to see the world in one place? Then London has to be your destination for the World Travel Market, the gathering of travel and tourism industry
What to do you when your driving licence expires when you live abroad, that’s the question in this edition of Utalk and it comes from Claudia in
Twenty years after the launch of the single market we tend to take a lot of basic freedoms for granted. Europe’s single market brought down trade
Some 2,712 citizens of other EU countries have been asked to leave Belgium for being an unreasonable burden on the welfare system. The number of
From the Kremlin to Dublin and from Stockholm to Lisbon, people at every end of Europe saw out 2013 with a bang. Italy’s RAI television reported on
Turkish citizens have taken a step closer to visa-free travel to the EU, officials from the European Commission and the Turkish government said on
France is under fire from Brussels after a member of the country’s Socialist government called for jobless Roma to be expelled from French
The former president of Egypt, overthrown in a people’s revolution and sentenced to life in prison by the Muslim Brotherhood now looks likely to walk
Lavabit, the highly encrypted email service thought to have been used by US fugitive Edward Snowden, shut down abruptly on Thursday. According to
London is one of the most visited places in the world. It is also host to a melting pot of people and cultures, which has changed the landscape of
It is one of those things almost guaranteed to make our heads spin: getting bogged down in official bureaucracy and paperwork. Using public documents
A new regulation just announced by the European Commission aims to cut back on the red tape and bureaucracy that citizens and businesses face when
Day one of a new law making it easier for Cubans to go abroad has brought queues at foreign embassies and travel agents. The hated exit permits
A new law has come into force in Cuba designed to make it easier to travel abroad. After being in existence for 50 years, the hated exit permits
Cubans will soon no longer have to obtain exit permits and official invitations before travelling to other countries. Only a passport and visa will
Some 140 years after anarchists held a founding congress in Saint-Imier, their modern day cousins are back in the Swiss mountain town, to put the
For some 400 million Europeans the Schengen Treaty means they don’t need to pack a passport when travelling within the 26-nation Schengen Zone