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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

15:59

National

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

Jennie Rhodes

...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 ... politicians have voiced concerns about the lack of real progress in terms of citizens’ rights. Phase two of the negotiations are set to cover the UK’s membership of EURATOM (European atomic energy community) as well as its relationship with the EU vis à vis

17:41

National

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

JENNIE RHODES

...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 ... Wednesday and an announcement is due to be made today, Friday, that the negotiations will enter phase two. However, some Euro politicians have voiced concerns about the lack of real progress in terms of citizens' rights. With little more than a year to go

17:29

National

British PM reassures expats that their "rights as residents in the EU will be protected"

SUR in English

British prime minister Theresa May has told UK nationals living in the EU that the agreement the UK Government and the European Commission published on 8 December "guarantees that [their] rights as residents in the EU will be protected in the ... Withdrawal Agreement". "You can have certainty that you will be able to receive healthcare rights, pension and other benefits provisions as you do today. You can also benefit from existing rules for past and future social security contributions," said May ... living in the EU to retain certain rights if they move within the EU. "We will continue to raise these issues with the EU in the New Year," added May, finishing by wishing all UK nationals in the EU and their families a happy Christmas. Read the full

18:03

Local

Five more underage migrants taken into care from Archidona

FERNANDO TORRES

...workers. Archidona's unopened prison building is being used as a temporary detention centre for some 500 illegal migrants while their cases and possible deportation are being processed. Trade unions and civil rights groups continue to protest at the use ... of the building and in support of migrant rights. Demonstrations took place both last weekend and on Wednesday at the gates to the prison.

18:24

LifeStyle

29 December 1170: The death of Thomas Becket, the 'turbulent priest'

MINDY BURROWS

...interests first and started championing ecclesiastical rights. A rift grew between the former friends and Becket resigned his chancillorship. Henry II attempted to influence the other bishops against Becket in October 1163 when he sought approval of the ... traditional rights of the royal government in regard to the church. He received approval from every bishop except Becket. In 1170, Becket excommunicated three bishops who crowned Henry the Young King, a job done by the archbishop. He then went on to

18:41

Gibraltar

New deputy mayor of Jerusalem is Gibraltarian

Debbie Bartlett

...a campaign director for the World Jewish Relief humanitarian agency and, as a strong supporter of women's rights, she has spoken out in the past about the need for women in Jerusalem to have greater political representation. With regard to her

11:18

Local

Creative art grant aims to promote gender equality in Torremolinos

TONY BRYANT

...artists will have their works permanently displayed in key locations around the town. The work of ten artists will be chosen and this year's edition will focus on issues related to gender equality and defending the rights of the LGBTI community. The