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15:31

National

UK government reminds citizens about six-month passport rule

R. HAYNES

The UK government has reminded British nationals living in Spain that if Britain leaves the EU without a deal new passport validity rules will apply. For travel from the UK to most EU countries (including Spain) British citizens will need to have

15:09

National

UK parliament votes to ringfence citizens' rights, regardless of deal

Jennie Rhodes

The House of Commons has passed the amendment to the UK Withdrawal Agreement that seeks to ringfence rights for Britons living in the EU and EU citizens living in the UK, regardless of the circumstances under which the exit eventually occurs. The ... the son of Italian immigrants, said that citizens "should never have been used as a bargaining chip" and that "ringfencing" their rights "should have been done at the outset" of Brexit negotiations. His amendment, which calls for the part of the ... withdrawal agreement that includes citizens' rights to be implemented at "the earliest opportunity", regardless of the outcome of negotiations, gained cross-party support. Costa thanked the umbrella group British in Europe, which represents Britons living

13:09

LifeStyle

31 May 1987: World No Tobacco Day is launched

LUCY NEWBY

In 1987, the World Health Assembly passed a resolution calling for 31 May each year to be World No Tobacco Day (WNTD). The day's primary goal is to raise awareness of the health risks associated with tobacco use and encourage both governments and

15:59

National

Government rectifies 22 June border-opening announcement

SUR

Spanish tourism industry took a dive earlier this week when Germany, the country's second biggest source market for foreign visitors after the UK, said that its citizens could travel around Europe from 15 June, except to Spain and Norway. The reason given,

11:46

Local

Age Concern prepares for another daring challenge

T. BRYANT

...skydive. Last year's challenge was a cross-border zip-wire from Spain to Portugal, which raised over 5,000 euros. This year, a group of daredevil senior citizens will abseil down the side of the Sunset Beach Hotel in Benalmádena Costa. Age Concern has

14:02

Local

Age Concern zip wire challenge raises a record total of 5,225 euros

Tony Bryant

Age Concern Fuengirola/Mijas has announced that last year's fundraising zip wire challenge netted the charity over 5,000 euros. The event, which took place last October, saw ten members and supporters of Age Concern participate in the only cross-boar

11:43

National

Citizens' groups in EU27 react angrily to draft Brexit deal

Jennie Rhodes

Citizens' groups representing Britons abroad have reacted "with anger and disappointment" to the draft Brexit deal which Theresa May's cabinet approved on Wednesday evening. British in Europe, which is an umbrella organisation representing British ... people's rights with regards to Brexit, issued a statement on Thursday morning while MPs debated the 585-page draft document in the House of Commons. Jane Golding, co-chair of British in Europe said, "We were told in March that citizens' rights were a ... referendum and that is what we will deliver". She also stated that there were "no plans for no Brexit" but that in the event of a no deal, the rights of EU citizens already living in the UK "would be protected". The rights of British citizens living in the

12:59

National

Brexpats in Spain holds its latest event to answer UK citizens' questions on the Brexit process

Tony Bryant

...they were "not only British, but citizens of Benalmádena and part of the community." British Chamber of Commerce in Spain shares its concern with the UK's ambassador Ana Scherman expressed her concerns about the outcome of Brexit, claiming that ... areas that seemed to be causing the most confusion, like citizens' rights, pensions and healthcare, which, she stressed, have been prioritised in the withdrawal agreement. However, Arbouin warned of the possible dangers for British nationals who were not ... legally registered, then little will change at the moment. The Spanish government and local town halls are working to ensure that citizens' rights do not change. Equally, it is your legal obligation to register correctly if you live here permanently," the