on Tuesday voted in favour of the members of the british parliament against the brexitaftale, as prime minister, Theresa May has spent two and a half years to negotiate the home.
The resounding ' no ' may mean that Theresa May and her government will be forced to pull the Uk out of the EU without any agreement. It is known for a tough brexit.
A hard brexit could have serious economic and practical consequences for the danes.
Policy - 15. jan. 2019 - at. 16:18 a no for a brexitaftale can be complicated
A brexit without an agreement can cost Denmark 17 billion in exports of goods.
The typing of the Environment and Food in a press release.
Leaving the Uk the EU without an agreement it will especially mean a decline of the Danish exports of dairy products and pork to the uk.
Here exported to Denmark, respectively, for $ 3.7 billion in dairy products and 3.4 billion dollars in pork in 2017.
the Environment and the Danish ministry of Food writes, that some of the effects can be 30 to 40 percent customs duty on butter and mixed products and the 25 percent tariff on pork.
The danes, who live in the Uk, have been able to live there without a residence permit. This is due to the citizens of the EU have been able to move freely between the member states and to settle, as it is a part of the agreement on the functioning of the internal market.
The internal market ensures the free movement of goods, capital, services and labour between the european member states.
This freedom of movement will be stopped by a hard brexit. In the future, Danish nationals residing in the Uk apply for a residence permit, if they want to be in the country.
the Britons, which in the future will stay in Denmark, will with great probability be regarded as citizens from a third country, when it comes to a residence permit in the future. What it will mean for britons who are already living in Denmark, is not known yet.
today many Danish students to the Uk on exchanges, which is a quite uncomplicated process. But after a tough brexit it can be expensive for the Danish students to study in the Uk.
At a hard-brexit, there is no real agreements on how the exchange should take place in the future. So the dream of reading in the Uk can be expensive for the Danish students, as they must pay increased fees in order to read in the Uk.
The european students will, after brexit could be charged the same rates, as you can see, to students outside of the EU today pay to read in the Uk.
Before brexit has european students on exchange in the Uk paid the same in studiegebyrer, as the british students have paid.
on holiday in the Uk after brexit, whether it is hard or not, so must the danes probably not apply for a visa.
This is at the request of both the EU and the Uk.
as the rules are now, where the Uk is still a member of the EU, as do other european citizens reside in the country for three months without having to apply for a visa. This rule is immediately not to be changed.
however, It can be difficult to get into in the Uk after a tough brexit, as it is not made agreements for air travel to and from the british isles.
air Traffic is currently regulated by the EU, but after brexit the uk airlines lose their license to operate in the EU. This means that they must apply for the permits.
the Consequence of this may be that the airline tickets with among others, Ryanair and Thomas Cook Airlines, there are bought before the brexit, but where the departure is after, not will be refunded, should flyafgangene be cancelled as a result of the hard exit.
Traffic, Construction and Housing has made a guide, so it is possible to be wiser on their rights regarding brexit and air travel.
One must also not expect that you can just go directly from the arrivals hall and out on the street after a brexit. It can be now, since the Uk is part of EU, but in the future you should expect, that one must go through extensive customs and security checks.