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Brexit latest news: Priti Patel unveils new immigration system amid warnings for holidaymakers and launch of ad campaign

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HOLIDAYMAKERS are being warned of changes to travel insurance and passport rules post-Brexit today.

A series of adverts which start this week will highlight changes to the price of travel insurance, mobile phone charges, passports and travelling with pets after the UK leaves the EU.

Travel insurance is likely to rise as European Health Insurance Cards become invalid at the end of the transition period this year.

The £93million "Let's Get Going" campaign will run across  TV, radio, newspapers and social media telling people to prepare for when we leave the EU Customs Union and Single Market on December 31.

Home Secretary Priti Patel is also expected to announce details of the UK's points-based immigration system today as well.

It comes following the announcement that more than £700 million will be spent on building new infrastructure, hiring staff, and developing technology to ensure Britain's border systems are fully operational when the UK leaves the EU.

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