Everything in this post is true. A fact.qcnr wrote: ↑Thu Jan 16, 2020 1:29 pmNot really, as a non-EU citizen you will be subject to the normal visa regulations as all other non EU tourists, ie 90 days in 180.
Then the EU healthcards that give you entitlement to healthcare all over europe, no more.
If you own property within the EU, you can't live there without seeking residency in that country, etc
So I'm just going to get a Noggy passport.
NOT 'well let's see if that's the case' OR 'it probably won't be that bad' etc etc. It is the published, negotiated situation - and massively inferior to the current rights and freedoms enjoyed by those wanting to live and work in the EU. Those of us directly affected by this almighty abortion of brexit are aware of the issues. We have researched the changes and we are integrally engaged with how they alter our day-to-day life. We are not speculating, wondering or over pessimistic. We are realistic, well-informed and directly affected. In other words we are in the front line of the impact. The UK will follow but we are in the first trench.
It's so ironic that brexiters have decided to believe that leaving the EU gives them freedom, when it is the very freedoms conferred upon them by years of EU membership that they are about to lose.