BRITONS have lashed out at the EU over Spain’s new visa changes that will restrict British tourists from visiting the country for long period at a time.
Spain has introduced new visa rules which mean long-term British tourists who do not hold a visa are limited to stays of 90 days within a given 180 day period. Responding to the news, Brexiteer Joshua Mackenzie-Lawrie said the move is likely to backfire and encourage British holidaymakers to book trips elsewhere. Express.co.uk readers appear to agree with the commentator, with hundreds vowing to boycott European holidays in the future.
Mr Mackenzie Lawrie, senior research executive at Get Britain Out told Express.co.uk: “Whether the actual policing of things and the 90 days that people stay.
“When it comes down to it it is down to the Spanish border police to make those decisions.
“If the consistency is that the people are being turned away, rejected from entering Spain then Brits will look elsewhere to go on holiday.