October 1, 2021 : ID cards will no longer be valid for EU citizens when travelling to the UK. From 1 October 2021 you will need a valid passport.
This includes travellers arriving directly into Northern Ireland but not arriving by land from Ireland (if travelling on to Great Britain a passport is required valid for duration of stay). EU nationals resident in the UK who have applied for the EU Settlement Scheme can continue to use an ID card (full exemption list).

From 28th September 2021, UK registered vehicles now require a UK sticker to be displayed instead of GB when driving in the EU except in Ireland. Further information here.



If you become a UK resident on or before 31 December 2020, you can continue to use your ID card to travel between the Netherlands and the UK until at least the end of 2025.  

 

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