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16:44

Opinion

The Brexit paradox

JOSÉ M. DE AREILZA

...divided than ever. When the prime minister lost, the shared fear around the entire continent was that Brexit would divide the European Union. Two and a half years on, the UK's possible departure from the EU on 29 March has weakened the European project, ... territorial cohesion are being lost along with the anchorage of integration in Europe. In Northern Ireland there is a growing feeling in favour of unification with the rest of the Irish. This comes in response to the problems after Brexit to preserve the Good ... venerable democracy in the world. Historian and columnist Timothy Garton Ash sums up the different options on the table up to the last minute of negotiations with these words: "The only good Brexit is no Brexit."

16:06

Local

Benalmádena mayor to formally pledge support for British expats after Brexit

Ivan Gelibter

The mayor of Benalmádena, Víctor Navas, has said that he will put a motion before the next council meeting that, if successful, will pledge the town hall's support for the British community in the resort after Brexit. Britons are the biggest group ... processed by National Police stations, that shows they are legally resident, in order to be best placed to maintain their rights after Brexit once a deal is finished.

14:03

National

BA and Iberia owner, IAG decides plan to be Spanish

J. A. BRAVO

...so can keep flying between airports in the EU. No shareholders will be forced to sell but the airline is banking on its many British shareholders not being classed as non-EU under negotiated Brexit conditions.

10:42

Local

Standing room only at Manilva Brexit meeting

ASH BOLTON

Hundreds of people packed into a Brexit seminar organised by Manilva town hall on Wednesday afternoon. Britain's ambassador to Spain, Simon Manley, was there to discuss issues affecting Britons, including pensions, driving licences, residency and ... health care. Some 350 Britons crammed into the meeting room in Sabinillas to hear a number of experts talk about Brexit before questions were taken from the crowd. There were some lively questions from the floor, as some attendees expressed ... frustration that there weren't, as yet, clearer indications as to what the exact procedures for UK residents will be after Brexit. As for how British citizens should best prepare for Brexit, Simon Manley stressed that the most important thing to do before

10:38

National

BA's owner studies way to keep Euro ownership after Brexit

SUR

...shareholders, to show that its airlines are not British and so guarantee that they can keep flying within the EU in the event of a hard Brexit. EU rules require more than 50 per cent of shareholder capital to be in the hands of investors inside the EU in

15:07

Local

Ambassador to speak to British residents at Manilva meeting

sur

Manilva Foreign Residents Department is hosting the town's fourth Brexit seminar on Wednesday 6 February. Keynote speaker will be the British ambassador to Spain, Simon Manley, who will update residents on the latest developments with regard to

10:54

Local

Experts from UK and Spain call for positive approach to Brexit at top-level forum in Malaga

Rachel Haynes

As the Brexit date approaches, experts from different fields in both the UK and Spain got together in Malaga on Thursday to analyse a scenario that is still uncertain and changing. On the same day as Theresa May held further meetings in Brussels ... in an attempt to find a way out of the current impasse, SUR, the Unicaja Foundation and Malaga city hall organised a morning of discussion and debate: Brexit. Views and Perspectives. No move on Irish backstop as May confronts EU As experts were ... on the Costa discussing the local impact of Brexit, the main show continued in Brussels on Thursday. Theresa May was meeting with the European Commission to try to find a way to get the Irish border backstop removed from the Withdrawal Agreement in

15:05

Local

British resident figures go up in Marbella for the first time in years

Mónica Pérez

Uncertain what the future holds due to Brexit, some British citizens on the Costa del Sol have decided to forge closer links with their adoptive home. After years of an apparent mass exodus (between 2013 and 2016 around 2,000 British residents ... number has risen in at least five years. Ambassador to speak to British residents at Manilva meeting Foreign residents' associations in Marbella say Brexit is the reason many people have decided to take this step. At a meeting with British

15:45

Opinion

Facts machine

Peter Edgerton

...yours a fixed rate or variable mortgage, Dave?" "Oh, fixed rate all the way, Clive. What with Brexit and ev.." You're compelled to interject at this point. "Anyway! Anyone know what colour Yogi Bear's tie is? Clive?" "Er, blue, I think. Dave?"

13:41

Opinion

Two syllables

Rachel Haynes

I've been trying to remember the first time I heard the word Brexit. Back then, whenever it was, I saw it as just another clever, but at the same time silly, linguistic invention that was doing the rounds of social media. Something that would never ... attractive. Before the referendum, when Brexit was just a word whose seductive powers were underestimated, I was asked my opinion. I, like many, failed to see the potential of those two syllables to throw a country and a continent into turmoil. Even if the ... the extras list. What was all the fuss about? But Brexit wasn't going to do things by halves. It promised a clean and prosperous break from an annoying, expensive EU, and voters were wooed. Simple as that. Two syllables are easy to digest. Now, if