Why do people that decide people’s journey don’t know the law?

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This post is a bit more personal.
It’s about a journey I just came back from.

You see, I’m a Romanian, who also became a British citizen last year, and I’m also settled.
What that means is that I can travel anywhere in Europe and back in the UK with my Romanian ID and it shouldn’t affect my future. Until the end of 2025, according…

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Writer, comedian, improviser, deviser, creative git. And vegan. http://adriangeorgenicolae.weebly.com/

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Adrian George Nicolae

Adrian George Nicolae

Writer, comedian, improviser, deviser, creative git. And vegan. http://adriangeorgenicolae.weebly.com/

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