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15:49

National

Spain introduces two-week quarantine for everyone coming into the country

Edurne MArtínez

...another country. Citizens arriving in Spain will have to spend the 14-day isolation period in their homes and only go out to buy food or medication, to go to the hospital or other force majeure reasons. Use of a face mask will be compulsory on these ... the quarantine rule will affect very few as the number of people currently coming in to Spain is low, due to border controls. Only Spanish citizens and residents in Spain are currently allowed to cross the borders, as well as cross-border workers,

21:27

Gibraltar

Advice for travellers to and from Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

Only Spanish citizens or people who are legally resident are permitted to enter the country, and the Spanish authorities are also forbidding entry to visit a holiday home which is not a person's habitual residence. The advice also says that people

14:19

National

The revolution in data protection

ARANTXA HERRANZ

(whichever is greatest). Citizens. The new regulation gives citizens more rights. They can ask for incorrect, inexact or incomplete information to be corrected, or removed when no longer necessary or if the processing is illegal (the 'right to be ... forgotten'); they can object to their personal data being processed for marketing purposes or for reasons related with their own private situation, or ask for the processing of their personal data to be restricted in certain circumstances. EU citizens can also ... authorities if it has been hacked or suffered a breach of security which has exposed the personal details it holds on citizens of the European Union. The GDPR demands that those responsible for data processing in a company, in the case of an incident such as

15:07

Local

Rincón launches water saving campaign

Eugenio Cabezas

Rincón de la Victoria town hall, along with the town's water supplier, Hidralia, has launched a new information campaign aimed at informing citizens of the importance of saving water. Through a series of videos and demonstrations, they aim to ... raise awareness of the value of water and why it is important not to waste it. The campaign includes demonstrating different ways in which citizens can save tap water and how much is typically used on everyday activities from teeth cleaning, to washing

13:21

Local

“Now that negotiations are moving on there is a danger that citizens' rights will be sidelined”

JENNIE RHODES roger boaden, Cofounder, ECREU

Roger Boaden is a cofounder of ECREU, a France-based citizens group which is championing the rights of British citizens abroad with regard to Brexit negotiations. ECREU belongs to British in Europe (BiE)- the umbrella group set up by Jane Golding, a ... one EU country to another looks set to be complicated by the British government's plans for EU citizens living in the UK having to apply for 'settled status.' We first (and last) spoke shortly after the referendum when citizens' groups were starting ... that our rights as UK citizens living in the EU will be protected post Brexit. Does this give us some sense of hope? There has been some progress, yes, particularly in terms of health care and pensions for those who are already retired. But figures

15:15

National

Report highlights effect of loss of freedom of movement on Brits in Spain

Jennie Rhodes

Brexit Brits Abroad, the research programme studying the sociological impact of Brexit on UK citizens living in the European Union, has published its latest report 'What does freedom of movement mean to British citizens living in the EU27?' Not ... only does the report outline the European Union’s definition of freedom of movement and how Brexit is likely to affect the lives of millions of Brits living in other EU countries, but also EU citizens living in the EU. It also draws on real-life

12:48

Local

Spanish citizenship talk to be held in Nerja

Jennie Rhodes

An event is to be held on Wednesday 7 February about how to apply for Spanish citizenship. The talk will be given by local language academy, Aprendo Idiomas, and will be aimed at British residents who may be considering becoming Spanish citizens

20:48

Travel

The challenge of rebuilding global travel

Andrew Forbes

...has faced an almost existential crisis, when many of the planet's citizens have been forbidden to leave their homes except to shop for essential food, let alone head out on a journey for pleasure. Yet the thing about change is that it creates

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

16:35

National

US unhappy over treatment of victims of sexual attacks in Spain

SUR

There was upset this week after the US issued a warning to Americans that it is increasingly risky for single women to travel alone in Spain. It says that its embassy in Madrid has received a surge in cases of sexual assaults on its citizens. A