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12:37

LifeStyle

The Lady who made travel with pets easier

ASH BOLTON

...because of the modern vaccine that made it possible." However she is worried for the future of pets travelling to and from the UK with a possible hard Brexit on the cards later this year. Mary, who has recently got a French passport for her dog, ... explained: "If there's a hard Brexit the UK pet passport will become invalid. [People in Spain] should, and this is my advice, go to a Spanish vet and get a Spanish pet passport too, just in case. "This is advice from the British government. It's just a ... sound insurance policy if you want to continue coming with your pet." Brexit issues aside, Mary now plans to spend more time in Marbella, where she has owned a home since 2009. But her Spanish connections run deeper. Born in 1939 in Falmouth to an

17:49

National

Consulates offer advice for those who can't get "green card"

SUR IN ENGLISH

British consulates in Spain published more information on their official website this week aimed at reassuring Britons who have had problems registering as resident of Spain ahead of Brexit. Many applicants have been unable to get appointments ... because of high demand for the so-called "green card" proof-of-residency document with Spanish authorities. Residency Up-to-date official Brexit information For up-to-date official Brexit information on residency for those in Spain, consult the ... are on offer from the Spanish government if the UK leaves with a hard Brexit and no deal with the EU. "If the UK leaves the EU without a deal, any UK national residing in Spain before the date the UK leaves will be considered legally resident for a

15:52

Opinion

The Brexit diet

ANDREW J. LINN

...but since 60% is imported - and most of that from Europe - where is Britain supposed to turn? It seems that most supporters of a hard Brexit have little idea of the mechanism that puts food on their tables. A hard Brexit, reason Spaniards, means that

14:36

Gibraltar

Fears of job losses as bet365 chooses Malta

Debbie Bartlett

...the move will result in staff redundancies. The firm employs around 500 people locally. Sources at bet365 say it is challenging to operate from different locations, and the continuing Brexit landscape is causing a great deal of uncertainty.

14:35

Local

Intu looking for partners for new Torremolinos shopping complex

alberto gómez

...brought on in part by the uncertainty over Brexit, and has already put 50 per cent of its ongoing projects in Zaragoza (Puerto Venecia) and Asturias (Intu Asturias) up for sale. In the case of Torremolinos, however, Intu has ruled out selling off this

10:29

Local

"Brexit is stupid and I believe it will end with a second referendum"

JUAN SOTO

Companies will carry on as usual and see how things go, and then decide whether to vote for them again or not. It's too early to evaluate yet. And what about things like Brexit? On the Costa del Sol many people are worried about the effect that could ... have. Brexit is a very bad thing. It is stupid. It is trying to say something, but it's not very intelligent. You have to respect that there was a referendum, but they should reconsider. My impression is that this will end with a second referendum, so

17:33

National

"Many Brits live or retire in Spain and we want to keep it that way as much as possible"

Daryl Finch

British people living in Spain will be allowed to stay in the country even if the event of a "no-deal" Brexit scenario, according to foreign minister Alfonso Dastis. Dastis, speaking to Andrew Marr on British television on Sunday, said: "I do hope ... that there will be a [Brexit] deal. If there is no deal we will make sure that the lives of ordinary British people who are in Spain are not disrupted." He went on to highlight the strength of ties between Spain and the UK, "in terms of economic

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."

17:24

National

Numbers of UK residents in Spain rose in 2018 despite Brexit

SUR

...by more people registering for the first time ahead of Brexit this year. There are now officially 249,015 UK nationals "empadronados" at Spanish town halls, by January's data. Of the total population in Spain, 10.7 per cent are foreign. There was a