British tourists warned of ‘grim’ scenes at Spain border control after Brexit – ‘Avoid’
Daily Express says BRITISH tourists have been warned of “grim” queues for Spanish holidays this year. Some experts say the queues are due to Brexit.
However, a lack of staff at key passport control desks is also contributing to the issues. According to local media, British tourists faced hour-long queues at Alicante airport.
Tourists have also faced lengthy queues at Madrid airport as well as at other key Spanish airports.
The National Police Union JUPOL, has warned there will be “further chaos this summer” with only a third of 47 positions filled at Alicante airport.
Post-Brexit UK citizens are no longer EU citizens and must show their passports but a shortage of officers mean queues can build up at peak periods.
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