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UK Trade With EU Shrinks For Ninth Year Running

The rising level of UK exports to non-European Union countries could be one of the triggers behind Brexit. The latest official figures from the Office...

London Is The Favourite Global City For Expats

Expats dream of working in London ahead of anywhere else in the world, according to a new study. But although London is a magnet for...

What next for UK expatriates?

On March 29th, 2017, the United Kingdom put into action the withdrawal notice under Article 50 of The Treaty of Lisbon. This set into...

Brits Would Move Abroad To Avoid A Bad Brexit Deal

If circumstances were right, half the British workforce would be on the move to a new job. Most workers want to move to London, Manchester...

The End Of The Brexit Road At Last

This could be the end of the Brexit road for Britain as Tory Ministers sit down to discuss yet again what sort of relationship...

Brexit Two Years On Is A Bit of A Mess

Two years on from the referendum voting to take Britain out of the European Union and Brexit is a bit of a mess. Leavers and...

Expat Brexit Rights Case Rejected By Dutch Court

A Dutch court has thrown out a legal challenge by British expats to clarify their rights in Europe after Brexit. The expats argued that as...

Britain Demands Expat Brexit Assurances From Europe

Home Secretary Sajid Javid is demanding European Union Brexit negotiators allay concerns about the treatment of British expats after the UK leaves Europe. He admonished...

British Expats May Lose Pensions After Brexit

Thousands of British expats could face a financial struggle unless negotiators on both sides of the Channel do a deal to let their pension...

Brexit Cat-And-Mouse Game In Bid To Gain Upper Hand

Britain and the European Union are playing a desperate cat-and-mouse game to try and gain the upper hand in negotiations ahead of trade talks. In...

EU Cold Shoulders The UK Over Brexit

Britain is starting to feel a Brexit cold shoulder from the rest of Europe as the country’s soon to be former partners squeeze the...

Labour Big Guns Want Another Brexit Vote

Brexit has taken a back seat with the government this week - possibly overshadowed by the continuing row with Russia over the Salisbury chemical...

Brexit Clock Ticking For Expat QROPS Transfers

Brexit is just a year away and expats no little more now about what will happen to their pensions than they did a year...

Balls, Cake And Cherry Picking – The Brexit Clichés

While the politicians indulge in a bout of mutual back patting after Britain and the EU finally found some common ground in Brexit talks,...

Bosses Sign Up To Secrecy Pact Over Brexit Borders

Ferries, trains and ports could grind to a halt if no Brexit deal is reached with the European Union, fear logistics company bosses. Time is...

EU And UK In Another Spat Over Expat Rights

British Prime Minister Theresa May and the European Union are at odds over the rights of Europeans coming to the UK after Brexit. The EU...

Brexit Briefing – How Much Trade Does Britain Have With The...

A major benefit of European Union membership is that Britain can freely trade with the other 27 countries in the bloc. But while enjoying tariff-free...

Brexit – Crucial Talks To Shape How Transition Will Work

This is a crucial week in Brexit talks as both sides reconvene after a long break to lay the foundations for Britain’s transitional arrangements...

Brexit QROPS Dilemma For British Expats

Expats have a Brexit pension dilemma as the clock ticks down to the UK leaving the European Union. The likely scenario is Britain will officially...

Brexit: Europe Is Not As Important As It Thinks It Is

The trouble with Brexit is leaving the European Union is a divisive Tory problem and not an issue to many others were worried about. Then...