Netflix has fast become a staple of many lives across the UK, providing a wide array of quality screen content for people to devour when relaxing of an evening. However, thanks to Brexit, the laws around what we can watch and where may be getting tighter.
Local rights agreements and the latest EU regulations may prevent the access of content when abroad in other countries, further complicating matters. Any services that you have to pay additional costs for will have to be available, but free services will be down to the local region to decide access.
Honestly, the best way of side-stepping this whole hornets’ nest is to get a VPN. This will firstly provide you with much better internet security generally, but will also allow you to select a location for your connection to route through – which means that as far as the wider internet is concerned, you’ll be connecting from that location, allowing you to access the Netflix content there.
This is against the terms and conditions of Netflix however, so if you're going to use this method please do so at your own risk.
Take a look at our guide on how to use a VPN here and check out our roundup of the best VPN deals here.