Tuesday, 28 June 2016

The British Exit Of The EU: What Does This Mean For People Travelling To The UK?

The UK as it stands today: England is in Red, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are in white.

As many of you might know by now, the United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union. This means that trading ties and immigration are under threat with continental Europe and much of Britain is divided.

For people travelling from the USA and other countries outside Europe to Britain, this shouldn't affect you. Things will stay relatively the same. So visiting the island should not be put off.

Prices for things might escalate, this includes food, travel and other such necessities and if you are worried about prices escalating in Liverpool for Beatles things to do, check on the relevant websites such as the National Trust and the Liverpool Tourism website.

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