But Now The Conversation Turns To More Serious Matters


By Con Kennedy.

Ollie’s Xmas sorted.

Any excuse.


Jon Henley, in The Guardian, reports:

The European commission has confirmed that British citizens will have to pay to visit mainland Europe as soon as the EU’s free movement laws no longer apply.

A spokeswoman for Jean-Claude Juncker, the commission’s president, said visitors from post-Brexit Britain would have to fill out an online form and pay €7 (£6) for a visa waiver, which would be valid for three years.

Britons must pay €7 to visit mainland Europe after Brexit (The Guardian)


In fairness.

23 thoughts on “But Now The Conversation Turns To More Serious Matters

  1. GuessWho

    In desperately want to like the English but they really make it hard. I just want to beat them up with some sort of spoon

  2. Alan McGee

    the relentless ‘remain’ bias on all media outlets here is alarming. I appreciate we are chattels of Europe and so are beholden to their bidding but the endless ‘remain’ propaganda is frightening. Is there a single Irish radio presenter or columnist exercising a contrary opinion??

      1. Brother Barnabas

        in fairness to your fine self, bodger, you couldn’t ever be accused of silencing the pro-brexit voice

    1. realPolithicks

      Maybe its because most people can see the lunacy of the brexiteers and understand the devastation this will cause in britain for the next generation.

          1. Dub Spot

            best bit – they have to queue in “the special line” for the others at passport control – with their blue passports.

  3. Papi

    On a separate, but related note, who will wager that OC will not be able to keep schtum for more than a week?

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