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The Hokey Cokey

Jennie Rhodes leave and then not, our rights have been protected, then protected as long as everyone else reciprocated, then not protected because we were about to go crashing out without a deal and finally to the 2020 Withdrawal Act. While the act guarantees ... work? Who knows. Even the transition period remains to be seen. Boris Johnson seems determined that it will not be delayed beyond 31 December 2020, but we have little to go on when it comes to the UK government sticking to deadlines. The Withdrawal Act



Brexit brings a different flag but no immediate change for Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

...government would have preferred Brexit not to be happening. If it had to happen, however, they said that approval of the Withdrawal Agreement and associated Gibraltar Protocol was essential to ensure an orderly withdrawal. Securing Gibraltar's inclusion in ... Withdrawal Agreement and, in particular, to prepare for the first meetings of the Committees established under the MoUs. These meetings will take place in late February in Algeciras. These MoUs cover matters such as citizens' rights, police and customs



Gibraltar isn't scared of Brexit

Héctor Barbotta

"We'll get by, we always do," Maribel answers us in perfect Spanish, after we interrupted the conversation in impeccable English she had been having with an Irish friend in Main Street, Gibraltar. She doesn't know exactly how her life will change at



What impact will Brexit have on travel within the EU and to the UK?

Andrew Forbes

The Withdrawal Agreement means that until the end of this year, 2020, pretty much everything stays the same. So any travel plans or holidays you enjoy from today, Brexit Day, until 31 December 2020 will be unaffected. Whether you book a flight, ferry ... crossing, cruise, coach holiday or other vacation that involves EU travel, there will be no changes to the rules on travel during the implementation period. British consul to Andalucía Charmaine Arbouin confirms, "The Withdrawal Agreement contains some ... one. Since the Withdrawal Agreement is now in place, that deadline will be extended, so don't panic. But do visit the website, follow the instructions and start the process. If you don't speak Spanish or don't have a digital



Withdrawal Agreement leaves plenty up in the air

Jennie Rhodes brexit

...remain unchanged up to 31 December 2020 and beyond if registered by then. That said, there are many consequences of Brexit which some argue have been overlooked in the Withdrawal Agreement, especially those affecting people of working age and with EU ... Barcelona. His work in IT means that he currently spends a lot of time in Lisbon and in the future it could take him to a number of different EU countries. He is worried that the Withdrawal Agreement (WA) does not go into enough detail about cross border ... move back for work or family reasons. "I have no clarity - despite having read the Withdrawal Agreement - if my husband and I wish to move back to the UK to care for my elderly parents, that [he] would have the right to join me and work there." The



Brexit rears its head again with Specialised Committee meeting


...first Specialised Committee on Gibraltar, which was established under the UK-EU Withdrawal Agreement, met for the first time, by videoconference This is one of six such committees that were established by the Withdrawal Treaty. The others are on



New process launched for UK nationals registering for residency in Spain for the first time

Neil hesketh

The Spanish government has launched a new process for UK citizens who have still to register their residency in Spain to protect their rights under Britain's Withdrawal Agreement with the EU. From 6 July, instead of the green certificate or card ... that there is no obligation for those people who already hold the green residency certificate (small card or A4 version) to exchange it for the TIE. Both documents will be valid in demonstrating your residency status and rights under the Withdrawal



"This is, and will always be, your home," Spanish secretary of state tells Brits living in Spain

Rachel Haynes

...a new residency document for UK nationals protected by the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement and some changes to the application process. With the aim or providing clarity and reassurance, the representatives of both governments acknowledged the many ... questions from UK nationals about the new system. They made it clear that the green residency certificate (whether A4 or credit card-sized) remains valid proof of residency status and rights under the Withdrawal Agreement for the UK's exit from the EU, even ... can,” said Jalloul. The ambassador has also reminded UK nationals of the rights protected by the Withdrawal Agreement: “You will be able to continue to live and work in Spain. UK state pensioners will continue to have lifelong healthcare access as long