Reaction to the tweet was split, inevitably between Leavers and Remainers.
Brits will need at least six months on their passport date for travel around Europe.
This whole passport nonsense has become an absurd sideshow, a distraction from any serious debate about what kind of nation the UK wants to be post-Brexit
'We can have burgundy passport burning ceremonies.'
In the tiny nation of the Comoros Islands, lying off the east coast of Africa, Albert Karaziwan is a big man - even though
Making greater use of digital ID verification, we think, could unlock lots of benefits for Britain... let's be clear, paper and plastic aren't just old-fashioned, they're unfair too. That's because they're pretty expensive.
Whilst our governments need to explain what is happening and build operational resilience, we as consumers need to play our part and understand why security is important, embrace those security requirements, always making sure our 'documentation' is in order, but importantly, allowing ourselves more time to get to the airport so that we can navigate security without adding to the stress of travel!
'As soon as I saw it I just started laughing. It’s one of the funniest ‘bloopers’ I’ve ever seen.'
A woman in Austin, Texas, got quite the surprise when she opened her brand new passport. Chelsey Ramos and her boyfriend
What do you do if a slight majority of your compatriots at home decide to throw your future into uncertainty and make you and your family feel less secure living abroad? You'd probably take matters into your own hands by double-voting Brexit and adopting a foreign EU nationality in time.
Health officials are examining whether patients should have to show ID to get some elements of NHS care. The Department of
Blue passports have been at the forefront of some Brexit campaigners’ minds as they push for further separation from the
Passport comes from the French for “to pass” - passer - and seaport - port. According to The Oxford English Dictionary, the
A design error left him looking like the deceased dictator.
Salford resident Stuart Boyd says he has been left "distraught" by a design error that saw his passport picture resemble
I ended up studying in the UK, paying the same as someone born and raised there. Yet before I set foot in London to study I had absolutely no connection to the UK. So what makes me, a Swedish citizen of Indian descent, any less of an 'overseas' student than an Indian citizen? Answer: my passport.