One of the worst consequences of the Brexit proposal is that nobody knows exactly what is going to happen. What will become of the British living abroad? And of foreigners who have established their home in the United Kingdom? And what will happen if a
Financial expert John Hayward is back to provide our readers with quality advice on the most important topics. In the past, John has answered our financial questions on matters ranging from large to small. Today he talks about how how the effect of waiting for
Travel operator Thomas Cook has warned that Spanish holidays could become more expensive as the value of the sterling remains weak.
Following the Brexit vote, the value of the pound has fallen which experts say may lead to the price of holidays to Spain to go
What’s going to happen when the UK leaves the EU on 29th March 2019?
This is a question which is as easy to answer as predicting what the weather will be like on that day. The one thing which is certain is that the next day
Here at UK Spain Life we know that the financial side of moving abroad can be pretty daunting. So we are introducing a weekly financial blog to our site with industry expert John Hayward of The Spectrum IFA Group.
It’s important to get quality financial advice
The King and Queen of Spain, Felipe VI and Letizia Ortiz Rocasolano will be visiting the UK today to discuss their post-Brexit relationship.
Today, they will begin discussions to lay the groundwork of bilateral relations between the two countries once Britain leaves the EU. Brexit
There are an apparent two and a half times as many UK citizens living in Spain as Spanish residing in the UK, according to the Office for National Statistics.
Almost 300,000 British citizens are said to have been residents of Spain for 12 months or more
Two EU agencies; the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and European Banking Authority (EBA), will be moving from London to another EU country by March 2019.
Other European countries are now bidding to host these two agencies, such as Germany and Austria, and in November, the European
With the Brexit result still fresh in mind, the U.K. election seems even more relevant than ever, especially for expats abroad.
Today, the U.K. will hold the general election. Voting has already begun at over 40,000 polling stations across the country.
Counting will begin tonight, once
While many British expats living in Málaga have begun to express fears for what may become of their status in Spain, officials in the United Kingdom have emphasised that the rights of British immigrants living in the EU and European Union citizens living in the