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One small exception: The Common Travel between Ireland and Britain, which predates the EU, is being maintained. This means a passport isn't required for travel between Ireland and the UK and there is effectively no control on people doing so. This meant that Ireland, together with Britain, had to apply for a derogation from the Schengen Treaty on joining the UK, and that Irish and British people travelling to other EU countries always have to go through passport control.

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