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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:

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

18:07

Opinion

The emotion of Brexit

JOSÉ M. DE AREILZA

In a few hours' time, a member State - the second strongest economy and first military power - will pull out of the European integration project. Nobody wins with this split. And those who will be most frustrated by it in the future will, no doubt, b

12:56

Local

Locals mark Brexit Day on the Costa

R. HAYNES / J. RHODES

Anne Hernández of Brexpats in Spain, an organisation that has been focusing on protecting British citizens' rights after Brexit. On Friday evening, anti-Brexit residents in the northern part of Malaga province gathered outside the town hall in ... nationalities met up in Café de Estraperlo in Malaga city to "celebrate being European". Anti-Brexit Brits were joined by Finnish, Dutch, South African, Moroccan, Spanish and Irish sympathisers to offer support as the UK officially left the EU at 12am CET on 1

12:33

National

Mijas offers support to residents

Rachel Haynes

The councillor for Foreign Residents in Mijas, Arancha López, has announced further initiatives to inform the municipality's 8,842 British residents of their rights and obligations during and after the transition period. "The British in Mijas are

17:44

Travel

What impact will Brexit have on travel within the EU and to the UK?

Andrew Forbes

When it comes to travel, as with all other aspects of life for British foreign residents in Spain, Brexit will inevitably have an impact. However, the most important fact to remember is that the UK is leaving the EU with a transitional deal. ... INFORMATION To keep up to date, sign up for email alerts at: www.gov.uk/livinginspain The Spanish government has created a comprehensive English language section on the La Moncloa website, which is a useful resource: www.lamoncloa.gob.es/ lang/en/brexit ... / The Withdrawal Agreement means that until the end of this year, 2020, pretty much everything stays the same. So any travel plans or holidays you enjoy from today, Brexit Day, until 31 December 2020 will be unaffected. Whether you book a flight, ferry

18:53

Gibraltar

Gibraltar isn't scared of Brexit

Héctor Barbotta

...won't happen with Brexit, because Spain shot itself in the foot by doing that; the people who suffered most from the border controls were the workers who came from La Línea. It only takes me five minutes to get home when I finish work," says a taxi ... to a subject closer to home, he says that every time there is a conflict over Gibraltar between Spain and the UK, Gibraltar comes out even stronger and that will also be the case if it is isolated after Brexit. The gastronomic revolution in ... situation. "If Spain uses Brexit as an excuse to impose extra checks at the border, it will affect Spanish people who come here to work, not us," he says. He also points out that Gibraltar is self-sufficient in basic amenities. "Every time I hear someone say

18:51

Gibraltar

Brexit brings a different flag but no immediate change for Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

...government would have preferred Brexit not to be happening. If it had to happen, however, they said that approval of the Withdrawal Agreement and associated Gibraltar Protocol was essential to ensure an orderly withdrawal. Securing Gibraltar's inclusion in