A British flag which was washed away by heavy rains the day before lies on the street in London, Britain, June 24, 2016 after Britain voted to leave the European Union in the EU BREXIT referendum. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause
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Brexit: What it could mean for BritonsWhether they live at home or abroad, here are some of the consequences facing British nationals once Britain leaves the European Union following the shock referendum result. The defeated Remain campaign has suggested that British nationals may no longer enjoy visa-free travel throughout the EU. Currently, Britain's passport allows nationals visa-free or visa-on-arrival entry to 175 out of 219 countries, according to the Henley and Partners Visa Restrictions Index 2016 .U.S. investment bank Morgan Stanley said it could transfer 1,000 out of 6,000 jobs from Britain to the EU, while Goldman Sachs said it would shift at least 1,600 jobs.Brits abroadAround 4.9 million British nationals live outside the U.K., with about 1.35 million in Europe.Spain is home to the largest concentration of British expats in the European Union. British nationals in GibraltarGibraltar's chief minister is worried that Spain could once again shut the sole border crossing on which so much of the tiny British peninsula's economy depends.
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