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16:13

Opinion

Bah humbug

Jennie Rhodes

Like me, many Brits on the Costa del Sol woke up feeling numb, shell-shocked this morning. Some sort of majority was likely, but not the landslide that has happened. Brexit is now inevitable. Under what terms exactly we don’t know, but we can safely ... a surge of people registering to vote. My idiotic assumption was they were younger voters determined to stop Boris Johnson and Brexit. It would seem that was far from the case. Images of Boris Johnson hiding in fridges to avoid reporters were not ... enough to persuade undecided voters to vote Labour. Maybe it was the images of him kissing his dog outside the polling station that swayed them in the end. But will we be able to focus on enjoying Christmas without the B words (Boris and Brexit) now

12:33

National

Sánchez congratulates Johnson and calls for an "ordered" Brexit that protects citizens' rights

AFP / EFE

Sánchez Acting Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez has congratulated Boris Johnson on his victory and stated that he will continue to work towards an "ordered Brexit". "We will continue to work towards an ordered Brexit that guarantees citizens' rights and ... Agriculture minister The acting Spanish minister for Agriculture and Fisheries, Luis Planas, said on Friday that the Tory victory "clearly brings us closer to the reality of an early Brexit". Speaking to journalists in Cordoba, Planas stressed "the need ... for an ordered Brexit, especially for the agro-food sector but also from the point of view of the government". He added that he hopes that the deal reached between the UK and the EU can be ratified in such a way as to minimise the negative effects on

12:43

Local

Britons in the south of Spain appear on ITV News ahead of crucial UK General Election

Jennie Rhodes

A number of British residents on the Costa del Sol and Costa Tropical appeared on the UK's ITV News on Thursday evening, giving their views on Brexit and the forthcoming UK General Election. An image taken from the ITV News broadcast on Britons ... are still able to vote under the UK's 15-year law admitted that they would be voting tactically in an attempt oust the Conservatives and aim for a second referendum, or indeed stop Brexit altogether. The clip can be seen on the ITV News website:

09:43

National

Spain keeps a close eye on the UK General Election results

Jennie Rhodes

...coming in by midmorning of unprecedented numbers of people forming queues outside polling stations, following reports of a surge in people registering in the weeks leading up to the vote. Anti-Brexit groups were calling for voters to vote tactically in ... order to get the pro-Brexit Conservatives out of government. Britons in Spain, many of whom were unable to vote having lived abroad for more than 15 years, were well aware that the outcome of the election will affect how and when Britain leaves the ... election, it is being labelled the Brexit election because our futures here could all change at the drop of a hat in a no-deal." Sue Wilson, Chair of the association Bremain in Spain, said, "Brexit has been the most damaging and painful experience that

13:53

Local

"The vast majority of British citizens living here are angry about the Brexit situation"

Héctor Barbotta

Brexit. Are more British citizens coming to you for advice because the UK is leaving the European Union? It's still important to be prepared, despite delay, says ambassador Yes, there is more interest. Many British people come to us because they ... before Brexit occurs so they are covered during the transition period. What is the transition period? A period that expires on 31 December 2020, after which British citizens will be considered the same as those from non-EU countries. The General Law ... practically impossible. Driving licences are going to be another problem. All British citizens will have nine months after Brexit to change their driving licence. It's a very simple thing to do, just like renewing a Spanish one, which they can already

15:14

Local

Marbella's population rises to 152,000 after registration campaign

HÉCTOR BARBOTTA / Neil hesketh

...hall policy to offer free bus travel to locals listed on the padrón, and secondly, a likely imminent Brexit, which has encouraged more UK nationals to come forward and join the census, as a step towards protecting their rights when Britain leaves the ... preparation for Brexit.

10:56

Gibraltar

Chief minister meets with president of the Mancomunidad

Debbie Bartlett

...the Gibraltar government, and among the matters discussed were Brexit, the border, waste disposal and other items of mutual interest. Fabian Picardo then hosted a working lunch for Juan Lozano.

19:45

Opinion

Merchants of Brexit

Héctor Barbotta

...naivety, but trusting in it with Boris Johnson in charge can only be explained by self-flagellation tendencies. And it wouldn’t be nice to have a masochist at the helm of the European Commission. The comings and goings in the Brexit negotiations, to the ... of goods in the future, all matters of unquestionable importance. But no reference is made to what will happen to the everyday lives of those for whom Brexit has brought anxiety and threatens to change their lives for the worse. It’s very difficult

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

12:26

Local

Hugh Elliott: "If you are British and living in Spain, make sure you are registered as resident"

Ash Bolton

Britain's new ambassador to Spain, Hugh Elliott spoke to expats in Manilva on Wednesday evening about Brexit worries. A panel of experts was also on hand to discuss issues affecting Britons, such as pensions, residency and healthcare. BREXIT ... foreigners to join the padrón Speaking to SUR in English at the event, Hugh Elliott, who has been in his role for three months, said that despite a change of prime minister in the United Kingdom, a new government and a new Brexit deal, the protection of