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Brexiters OUTRAGED after discovering that voting to abolish free movement means movement will no longer be free

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All I can say is..... HA!

The Daily Mail acted as the mouthpiece for the pro-Brexit print media is now freaking out over the consequences of the success of the very thing they supported:

"EU must be joking! Brussels wants British holidaymakers to pay £6 visa fee when they visit one of 27 European nations after Brexit

British holidaymakers will be hit with a £6 fee when they travel to the EU after Brexit under plans drawn up by the bloc.

Approved visas will remain valid for three years or until the passport used during the registration process expires. They can be revoked if new alerts about a traveller arise. 

They will be required to provide personal details and information about their recent movements in order to enter the EU.

And they will also be obliged to answer questions about any criminal history.

The plan, which was signed off by EU ambassadors yesterday, will fuel concerns about how the UK and the EU will reach agreement on a highly contentious deal on cross-border travel after Brexit.

The entrance fee has been proposed as part of the European Travel Information and Authorisation System, which the EU insists is primarily a way of cutting down on illegal immigration and tracking criminals."

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5657345/British-holidaymakers-heading-Europe-face-6-visa-fee-Brexit.html

 

"Cake!" *munch, num, MUNCH* "What the fuck!? I wanted that cake as a decoration! What do you mean I have to PAAAY for another?! BULLSHIT."



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It doesn't really say outraged anywhere in that article, then again it's the Daily Mail, they're as bad as The Sun when it comes to stuff like this...

Oh well, I voted remain anyway, and honestly £6 is fuck all, lol.



That’s what the German word Schadenfreude was invented for, I guess. Still feeling bad for my British friends who were against that shit.



Do Brexit voters not understand what 'leaving the European Union' implies?

Also I swear the Brexit voters sound a bit like what I've heard about the way Quebec separatists handle such things. 'Divorce with bedroom rights' I've heard it called.



The Democratic Nintendo fan....is that a paradox? I'm fond of one of the more conservative companies in the industry, but I vote Liberally and view myself that way 90% of the time?

Obviously the EU was going to do everything they can to punish the UK for leaving. But is £6 to much to pay when you don't have to live through EU's tyranny



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melbye said:
Obviously the EU was going to do everything they can to punish the UK for leaving. But is £6 to much to pay when you don't have to live through EU's tyranny

EU’s tyranny. If anything the UK benefitted from the EU. You sound just like those UKIP cowards who are responsible for the whole situation.



Pretty good compromise for tighter immigration control ...



Bristow9091 said:
It doesn't really say outraged anywhere in that article, then again it's the Daily Mail, they're as bad as The Sun when it comes to stuff like this...

Oh well, I voted remain anyway, and honestly £6 is fuck all, lol.

Haha, their wording sounded like they were QUITE annoyed, if not outraged.

I know how terrible they are - and my post is not directed at you or Brits in general.
It's directed at the press that writes stuff like this:

 



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Errorist76 said:
melbye said:
Obviously the EU was going to do everything they can to punish the UK for leaving. But is £6 to much to pay when you don't have to live through EU's tyranny

EU’s tyranny. If anything the UK benefitted from the EU. You sound just like those UKIP cowards who are responsible for the whole situation.

I am just frustrated that my country is being forced to implement EU regulation when we aren't in the EU



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I'm just glad I don't have to pay 6 quid :D



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