I've searched on the net, and I'm getting mixed answers. Some sites saying "You don't need a passport, a form of identification (ie: driving license) is fine", and others saying "You need a passport".
I'm living in England (south west) and I wish to travel to Dublin (Ireland) in 2 weeks time. I've realised my passport is out of date and most likely I won't get an updated/renewed one before November 11th - which is when I am to travel to Dublin.
- To travel by air, would I need a valid passport or would another form of identification be fine?
- To travel by sea, would that be the same answer as to travel by air?
My confusion comes from Brexit (the UK coming out of Europe).