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11:57

Local

UK Embassy reassures Britons on Brexit paperwork requirements

SUR IN ENGLISH

The British Embassy in Spain and the Consulate in Malaga have issued a series of reassuring messages to Britons living in Spain this week. Many have been concerned about the paperwork they need to have before and after a likely Brexit date at the ... explaining the need to have the "residencia" green card (or green piece of paper that some have) and how to apply. Green card not TIE for now The Ambassador also sought to clear up confusion among many Britons on the option to swap the green documents to ... The Embassy said this week that the Spanish authorities have not published details of the process for a TIE yet for Britons already in Spain, nor is it confirmed if it will be compulsory or optional. Speaking to SUR in English, Charmaine Arbouin, UK

11:47

Local

UK museum appeals for postcards from Britons resident in EU countries

J. R.

A UK museum is asking Britons residing in EU countries to send in postcards from the place where they live. Postcards from the British in Europe is a collaboration between Dr Michaela Benson who led the Brexit Brits Abroad project and the ... British in Europe is an unprecedented opportunity for Britons living in Europe to have their personal stories represented and displayed, and to play their part in placing emigration firmly on the agenda in public understandings of Britain's migration

09:43

National

Spain keeps a close eye on the UK General Election results

Jennie Rhodes

As the UK went to the polls on Thursday, not only were Britons living in Spain watching closely, but also Spanish citizens residing in the UK. The UK media claimed the 2019 General Election was "the most important in a generation" and news was ... 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

15:00

National

UK agrees to increase pensions for Britons in Spain at least until 2023

SUR IN ENGLISH

The British government has announced that it will continue to uprate the UK State Pension paid to people living in Spain each year for the next three years, whatever happens with Brexit. The UK State Pension has already been uprated in the European

14:58

National

Fund to be launched to help charities in their Brexit work across the EU

SUR IN ENGLISH

The UK Foreign Office has announced plans for an EU-wide fund to provide project support to non-profit groups working with Britons ahead of Brexit. The British government says it wants to support those who may find it harder to complete paperwork ... EU countries. 1.5m pounds (1.67m euros) will be available initially, with the possibility of the same amount next year if the scheme goes well. The money will be divided across the EU. UK agrees to increase pensions for Britons in Spain at

16:38

Local

Britons among those held over hashish shipments in orange boxes

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...being shipped to Britain. Two of the five arrested, according to police sources, are Britons living in San Pedro Alcántara and Mijas. The hashish was first hidden in lockups near the coast, "with heavy security to avoid any police action". Once the ... after it was discovered that the suspects had a record in drug trafficking but also had several companies used for the apparently legal transport of fruit to the UK. One of the two Britons was held at Malaga Airport where he was making a business

12:30

Opinion

How do I look?

Mark Nayler

...exasperation among Britons and Spaniards and it's brought on, respectively, by the interminable farce that is Brexit and by Spain's all-too-familiar governmental vacuum. The latest Good Governance Index, compiled on the basis of World Bank data, confirms