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14:05

Local

Brexit won't affect application of national law to wills

Jennie Rhodes

While there is great uncertainty surrounding many of the rights of British citizens living in other EU countries post Brexit, applying UK law to a will is not one, according to Sandra Wrightson of De Cotta Law. Anyone living in Spain has the right

13:00

LifeStyle

What is everyday life like for someone with HIV or Aids?

PABLO MARINETTI

Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (Aids) tried to put to rest myths about the illness and provide information about strategies to prevent infection. The event was organised by the university's vice chancellor and the Citizens

13:18

Gibraltar

HM Customs at Security Expo 2017 in London

Debbie Bartlett

...some of the most challenging threats to citizens, borders and infrastructure. It provides a unique and secure environment for security experts to come together to share experiences and gain the knowledge needed to address current and emerging security

15:59

National

Brits in Spain still in the dark despite "sufficient progress" being made in Brexit talks

Jennie Rhodes

There was bitter disappointment from British in Europe to a 17-page report which talks of “agreements in principle” and states the caveat “nothing is agreed until everything is agreed”, leaving millions of EU in UK citizens uncertain about their ... a severe impact on ordinary people's ability to live their lives as we do now." The key areas that the two parties focused on during the first talks were citizens’ rights, the Irish border and financial settlement and following the publication of ... the report, announced that “sufficient progress” had been made, allowing them to move on to phase two. In terms of citizens’ rights, the joint report covered stipulated that Brits living in EU countries and vice versa would still be entitled to the

18:01

Opinion

Dignity forty years on

manuel castillo

We Andalusians have to get out that sense of insistence that we've had hanging up in the wardrobe for the last forty years, since the time two million people took to the streets with the simple objective of not being treated as lesser citizens than

10:41

LifeStyle

Fighting sun damage on the Costa

NIEVES CASTRO

...suffering from skin cancer. Furthermore, they highlight that, unlike with other foreign residents, Scandinavian people have different attitudes to sun protection and there is often a language barrier with these citizens which makes it difficult for them to

17:41

National

Expats still none the wiser despite "sufficient progress" in Brexit talks

JENNIE RHODES

...talks of “agreements in principle” and states the caveat “nothing is agreed until everything is agreed”, leaving millions of EU and UK citizens uncertain about their futures, some 18 months after the referendum result. Chair of British in Europe, Jane ... now.” A setback for May in the Commons The key areas focused on during the first phase of talks were citizens' rights, the Irish border and a financial settlement. The publication of the report, which announced that “sufficient progress” had been ... made, now allows them to move on to phase two. Progress so far In terms of citizens' rights, the report stipulates that Brits staying in EU countries and vice versa will still be entitled to the European Health Card (EHIC) once the UK has left the EU