Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Britons face airport delays due to new EU security rules



The Government has been urged to pressure EU states to adequately staff their airports as British travellers face more delays due to new security measures.
 
Passengers have queued for up to four hours at airports this week, with some EU states criticised for not bringing in extra staff.


The new rules have been introduced following terror attacks in Paris and Brussels.


EU countries have to carry out tougher checks on passengers entering or leaving the Schengen area, which covers most of mainland Europe and lets people move passport-free.



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