This means that all travel requirements and arrangements will remain the same until at least the end of December 2020, travel association ABTA announced on Friday.

According to ABTA research, seven in ten people are planning a trip abroad this year.

Mark Tanzer, ABTA Chief Executive, said: “The UK is primed to enter a new Brexit phase from 31 January, when trade talks begin, and when it does nothing will change when it comes to travel.

“This means that valid passports can still be used, EHIC cards will still be valid and the same gates can be used at border checkpoints.



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