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Britons to pay €7 to enter Europe – but UK government has ‘no plans’ for reciprocal fee

Britons to pay €7 to enter Europe – but UK government has ‘no plans’ for reciprocal fee

Minister rules out charges on arrivals from EU, after Brussels confirms plan Close Related video: What will travel be like after Brexit? British holidaymakers heading to Europe are set to pay around £6.20 after the EU published its proposals for visa-style fees and security forms. The EU Commission has confirmed it plans to charge visitors...

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