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Expat Rights Worry If There’s A No Deal Brexit

The European Union has been urged to back the rights of British expats in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Secretary of state for exiting...

One In Three Expats Ready To Hand Back UK Passports

One in three British expats living in Ireland are ready to hand back their UK passports to take up citizenship elsewhere. They blame the ongoing...

Brexit Nightmare Is A Never Ending Horror Story

Brexit is set to become a never-ending Halloween horror as the nightmare looks set  to stretch beyond the current October 31 deadline for Britain...

Corbyn Spooks Financial Markets More Than Brexit

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn frightens the money markets more than Brexit, warns expat financial expert Nigel Green. He claims the thought of Corbyn gaining the...

Brexit Still Triggers Investment Worries For Expats

Brexit has triggered calls from thousands of expat and international investors wondering if to shift their assets out of the UK, says the boss...

People’s Vote will reduce the Brexit uncertainty blighting business

If MPs are serious about protecting jobs and securing long-term, sustainable economic growth, they must now support a second Brexit referendum, says the CEO...

A third of expats in the UK are worried about domestic...

New research reveals that 14% of expats in the UK would consider returning to their home country for political reasons Research* from AXA – Global...

Brexit delay: The pound will rally but business needs decision not...

The pound will benefit from a relief rally – but little else has changed - as Theresa May is forced to concede a medium...

Brexit: Pound and UK assets will flatline as MPs reject all...

The pound will flatline on the outcome of latest parliamentary Brexit vote, affirms the CEO of one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory...

May Tells Off MPS And Demands Brexit Bickering Stops

Prime Minister Theresa May has turned on MPs and blamed them for the upcoming Brexit delay in a bid to gain public support to...

Tell Us What Expats Really Think About Brexit

A lot of fake news is circulating around Brexit, so we thought we would ask expats just what they think about Britain leaving the...

The Expat Brexit Survey

Have your say about Brexit and how leaving the European Union will affect your life, work and retirement, take a few minutes to give...

Interest Rates Put On Hold In Brexit Chaos

The Bank of England has decided to keep interest rates at 0.75% for another month - which is not really surprising amid the chaos...

Whatever happens now, Brexit has inflicted serious damage on UK financial...

Whatever happens next, Brexit has inflicted unprecedented damage on the UK’s financial services industry – which makes up about 6.5 per cent of Britain’s...

MPs Vote To Put The Brakes On Brexit

Britain’s lawmakers have voted for a Brexit delay of at least three months after failing to agree the terms on which the country should...

Expat Rights In Europe Explained As Brexit Looms

Brexit is just a month a way and British expats in Europe are looking for some certainty over their rights and futures. At 11pm on...

UK Manufacturing Sector Enters Recession Territory

Uncertainties in the time leading up to Brexit is slowing down the growth of the British economy. According to official data from the Office...

EU Boss Wishes A Special Place In Hell For Brexiteers

Unguarded remarks from European Council President Donald Tusk reveal he wants politicians who promoted Brexit without a plan of how to carry it out...

Brexit Clock Is Ticking On A Deal Or No Deal

The clock is ticking down to Brexit with only 58 days to go until Britain leaves the European Union with or without a deal. After...

What’s Next After Westminster Brexit Showdown?

Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit Deal was voted down by MPs as expected and Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn has called for a...