The European Union’s travel restrictions are set to go into effect next week, with some of the restrictions due to be lifted next week.
The ban, which is in place for the second time in a month, came into effect on Thursday, and it is expected to affect a lot of people.
It has prompted a lot more protests and unrest across the continent.
A few weeks ago, the UK government imposed a travel ban that affected almost all EU citizens in the country.
“We have a very limited capacity to handle the influx of refugees and migrants, particularly in the European Union.
We are already dealing with a massive influx of people,” said Angela Merkel, Germany’s chancellor.
“And we have to take into account the current political situation in our own country.”
The UK is home to some 1.1 million EU nationals, with most living in the UK, Germany and Sweden.
But many of them have already left for other European countries and have travelled through airports and border points.
The UK government is currently trying to keep people from going to Turkey and the border with Greece, which the UK has closed.
But the EU has imposed its travel restrictions on other countries, including Australia, Canada and New Zealand.
The EU’s Home Affairs Council has also announced that it will open a border control area to the north of the UK.
That would allow people to cross into the UK for the first time, and also to cross the Channel to the south of the country, where the EU is holding a referendum.
The British government says the UK is being “hostile” towards the EU, and has been demanding that it “do something”.
But the UK says the EU should be “hostage to its own interests”, and has already withdrawn from the Schengen area.
Read more about the EU travel restrictions: Read about the UK’s plans to close its borders to refugees and immigrants, including for asylum seekers.
UK ministers have also decided to scrap the country’s plan to bring back the monarchy.
The move has been welcomed by many in the royal family, including Prince William, but also by some in the Conservative party, who say it will harm the monarchy and “tear the country apart”.
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