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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

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

17:35

Gibraltar

Gibraltar downplays 'colony' footnote on no-deal Brexit visa waiver legislation

Debbie Bartlett

As long as the UK government agrees to make it reciprocal, British citizens making short trips to EU countries will not have to obtain a visa even in the event of a no-deal Brexit, following legislation passed by the European Parliament on Thursday. ... come under fierce criticism from rival parties for not having taken advantage of Brexit to push for sovereignty over Gibraltar. However, Gibraltar and the UK have a different perspective, insisting that the footnote makes no difference to the ... nationalistic grounds, has led to the acceptance of the "colony" language in relation to Gibraltar. This is a disgraceful state of affairs. The possibility of a no-deal Brexit on 12 April has not helped. This meant that many MEPs, who would otherwise have been

20:27

Local

'Malagueños' unite for London anti-Brexit march

Jennie Rhodes

British residents in Spain prepare for Brexit O’Shea, who has lived in Spain for over 20 years and was therefore unable to vote in the 2016 referendum told SUR, “I’m really pleased I came. It is so unfair that over an issue that affects us so much, so ... miss the opportunity to show their support for another say on Brexit. JENNIE RHODES “As a Malagueña I have felt really welcome at today’s protest, with so many people supporting the option for the UK to remain in the EU,” said Ortega during the ... march. Biggest demonstration to date It proved to be the biggest anti-Brexit demonstration to date with over a million people taking to the streets to ask for another chance to vote on Brexit. The enormous array of flags from different EU countries as

14:29

Local

Consulate steps up campaign to inform British residents

SUR IN ENGLISH

UK nationals resident in Spain have further opportunities to put their Brexit questions to consular staff at meetings in San Roque and Fuengirola. Consul Charmaine Arbouin and her team will be joined by representatives from the local town halls to

19:59

National

Embassy produces short videos to help British residents in Spain prepare for Brexit

SUR in English

The British embassy in Madrid has released a series of short videos to help British citizens residents in Spain to prepare for Brexit. The videos, which can be viewed via Facebook and YouTube, explain issues such as registration and residency, ... driving licences, healthcare, travel and pensions. related news 'Malagueños' unite for London anti-Brexit march EU agrees to Brexit delay but length depends on May's deal vote After last week's agreed extension of Article 50, the British ... consular teams across Spain will, of course, keep you updated. "But for now, please ensure you know how to prepare for Brexit by signing up for our Living in Spain guide on gov.uk and by joining our Brits in Spain Facebook community, where you can watch

11:53

National

British residents in Malaga travel to London for the Put it to the People march

Jennie Rhodes

Numerous Brits living in Malaga will be among at least 100 UK residents in Spain travelling to London for Saturday's Put it to the People march, to call on the government to give the UK population another chance to vote on Brexit. Biggest march ... to date It is expected to be the biggest anti-Brexit demonstration to date and hundreds of thousands of protesters will be calling for a people's vote. For many this is a "now or never" moment to get their voices heard, with less than a week before ... Theresa May can keep asking parliament the same question, how can she deny the public a second chance?" Brexit set for delay as UK awaits EU's Article 50 extension decision Theresa O'Shea, an English teacher who has lived in Malaga province for

11:52

National

EU agrees to Brexit delay but length depends on May's deal vote

Jennie Rhodes

Malaga travel to London for the Put it to the People march The week in Westminster certainly gave marchers attending this Saturday's Put it to the People protest (calling for a people's vote on any brexit decision taken) plenty of fuel for thought. ... candidates for the election. The EU has made it clear since the 2016 referendum that Brexit needs to have happened to avoid the UK having to hold elections.

17:42

Opinion

A big deal

Mark Nayler

The Bank of Spain has been trying to predict the effect that the UK's withdrawal from the EU will have on the Spanish economy. Such a task is far from straightforward, not least because it remains uncertain what kind of Brexit, if any, will occur ... Spanish economy will barely register Brexit over the course of the medium-term future. This forecast depends either on May being able to secure approval in the UK parliament for her existing deal in the next seven days, or being granted a three-month ... UK's ability to make such promises, though: if May is unable to pull off Brexit in two-and-a-half years, what difference will an extra three months make? According to the Bank of Spain, the "default option" is now that Britain will stroll (or, more