Via Francigena and European Freedom of Movement

After seemingly endless debates and changes in leadership, the UK was scheduled to formally withdraw from the EU on January 31, 2020 [at press time], triggering a transition period that will last until December 31, 2020, during which time certain outstanding issues must be resolved. One of these issues is the freedom of movement throughout Europe and the UK: one of the EU’s most popular benefits, particularly among young people. This mobility has roots that go back to the beginnings of Christianity, as the concept of Western Europe was beginning to develop, and there is no better symbol of this

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