EU citizens will lose their free entry to the UK from March 2019. This was stated by the official representative of the office of the Prime Minister Theresa may, reports Reuters, Monday, July 31.
However, he refused to elaborate how it will change the migration policy of the United Kingdom after that country of a United Europe.
“Free movement [for Europeans] will end in March 2019. Other details of migration policy after Brexit will be announced later, and now it would be wrong to speculate about what they might be, or to assume that free movement will continue, as now,” he said.
The decision to withdraw Britain from the European Union was adopted by referendum on 23 June 2016. The rejection of EU membership was supported by more than half of voters. March 28 2017 the Prime Minister Theresa may has signed a letter notifying EU authorities of the formal start of procedure Brexit. Negotiations on the conditions will take two years.
Some EU politicians believe that London have to pay the EU compensation for the abandonment of the common market. Is the sum of 100 billion euros. But in the UK say that is not going to pay, and if negotiations about the conditions of release will come to a standstill, then London is ready to implement without Brexit negotiations with Brussels.
Brexit is seriously affecting the economy of the United Kingdom. Germany’s largest financial institution, Deutsche Bank does not exclude that can translate approximately 350 billion dollars from accounts in the UK in the German Frankfurt am main for Brexit. A British low-cost airline EasyJet to retain the right to fly freely in the EU, half of its aircraft will transfer to the new airline, which was registered in Austria.