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Atlantic Coast: British Citizens

atlantic coast: The Netherlands is scouring for qualified veterinarians to carry out new checks on live imports, according to Vancouver Courier. Germany is fast-tracking a debate on solving bureaucratic problems if there is no Brexit deal. Portugal is opening special airport lanes for British travellers, the nation's main source of tourists. Governments from Europe's Atlantic Coast to the Black Sea are preparing rules for British citizens to live and work in their countries once they no longer enjoy EU residency rights and hoping that Britain is doing the same for their citizens. After the British parliament overwhelmingly rejected British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit divorce deal this week, other governments are bracing for chaos, too. Britain, which would face by far the biggest disruption, has devoted thousands of civil servants and several billion pounds dollars on measures to mitigate the worst effect although officials can only speculate about what will actually happen on March 30 if Brexit happens without a deal. ( As reported in the news.