EU citizens stopped at the border with Great Britain will no longer be locked up in centers for migrants awaiting expulsion because they do not have valid entry documents. This was reported by the ‘Guardian’, after the case of about thirty citizens of the European Union, including Italians, Germans, Greeks, Romanians and Spaniards, especially young people, blocked and detained in these centers for trying to enter the country without seen. One of the disputed measures, effect of Brexit. After 48 hours of criticism for the “disproportionate” decision to place EU citizens without the correct documents in migrant centers for days, the Ministry of the Interior has issued new, softer guidelines for border guards. Guardian ‘, where possible, people who are refused entry into the country, but who cannot immediately return home due to Covid restrictions, will be allowed “entry on bail”, as a spokesperson explained. of the Ministry of the Interior, without adding details.