I’m quite offended by your using negative language (‘bogus’) and framing (‘allegations’), but putting that aside, this isn’t a matter of merely showing a passport. Britain leaving the EU means that it will unquestionably be far more difficult to live in the countries of the EU. This is less relevant to nomads who just pass through countries - for my part, I am a nomad who likes to stay for a long time, because culture and language and getting to know people matter a lot to me.
Already, two weeks after the referendum, it’s more difficult being here. My pound has shrunk, costs have gone up. I can only hope that somehow the UK manages to convince the world’s financial markets that it’s stable and will resume growth, or else I’m going to have to find a way to get paid in Euros.
Passport inconveniences do enter into the equation but only marginally - every journey now will involve longer passport queues as we will no longer get to go through the EU fast lane - as I’ve said, this is only a marginal consideration, although it’s very annoying. (I suppose there are some people who don’t realise that the UK is not a party to the Schengen treaty, but I can assure you I’m not one of them, and I imagine that few nomads are…)
I am avoiding the political aspects of the referendum, of course, as this is not a political forum. I have initiated this thread as nomads from the UK are already being affected by the fallout from the referendum.