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Paula • 2 years ago

Allan makes some very sensible points. Yorkshire would be affected just as significantly as Devon and Cornwall

kevinhall • 2 years ago

Richard English for a very intelligent man I am appalled by your comment, " I am reasonably sure that the good folks of Devon and Cornwall would welcome regulations that would stop unemployed visitors with a criminal record from coming to their holiday spots to fleece their honest visitors" you have gone completely off track about what this means to our domestic business and have displayed your fascist thoughts shame on you

Richard English • 2 years ago

"...A British exit from Europe would be followed by new travel regulations for foreign travellers entering the country..." says Roger. Why should the new travel regulations stop genuine visitors? We already have the right to check all visitors at our frontiers as we are not part of the Schengen Agreement. What we do not have is the right to refuse entry to EU citizens - no matter how undesirable they might be - unless they present "a clear and present threat to Britain's security".

I am reasonably sure that the good folks of Devon and Cornwall would welcome regulations that would stop unemployed visitors with a criminal record from coming to their holiday spots to fleece their honest visitors.