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Election 2019: Could Expat Voters Hold The Balance Of Power?

If British expats rush to vote in General Election 2019, what chance do they have in swaying the balance of power? A record 285,000 expat...

General Election 2019 – Rough Ride Ahead For Investors

Investors should strap themselves in for a rollercoaster ride in the weeks leading up to General Election 2019. Although the early polls give Prime Minister...

General Election 2019 – What Happens Next

Parliament has agreed a snap General Election for December 12, but what does this mean and what happens in the weeks before the crucial...

15-Year Rule Excludes Thousands Of Expat Voters From Election 2019

Expats are out in the cold again over voting in the forthcoming General Election 2019. The 15 year rule still applies to expats wanting to...

Queen’s Speech 2019 – Expat 15-Year Voting Rule Ignored

Any new law to scrap the 15-year voting rule for expats looks dead in the water after the Queen’s Speech. In her speech, The Queen...

Expat Right To Vote Bill Consigned To The Bin?

Parliament has a few days left to salvage the bill scrapping the 15 year voting rule for expats - or it’s back to the...

What if British expats had voted in the Brexit referendum?

British expats are arguably among those most affected by Brexit while having the least say on if the UK should leave the European Union. The...

Expats Miss Out On EU Vote Due To Late Post

Thousands of British expats in France may be denied a vote in the European elections because their postal votes have gone missing. Councils must have...

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...

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...

UK State Pension Earnings Bonus For Expats

Expats with full state pensions linked to the cost of living will pick up a £220 a year rise from April 2019. Despite a fall...

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...

Votes For Expats Bill Sails Through First Reading

A proposed new law giving expats the right to vote in UK elections regardless of how long they have lived overseas sailed through a...

Expats Urged To Sign Up For Election 2017 Vote

British expats are urged to sign up for a vote in General Election 2017 before it's too late. With polling day on Thursday, June 8,...

Expat Voters Left High And Dry In Election 2017

Thousands of expats have missed the election boat again – despite a standing Tory promise to scrap the 15-year poll ban. Former Prime Minister David...

Long-Term British Expats Win The Right To Vote

Minister for the Constitution Chris Skidmore has finally published the details of giving British expats who have lived overseas for more than 15 years...

Tories Slammed For Making Expats Brexit Bargaining Chips

The British government plans to horse trade the rights of expats in the European Union to gain negotiating leverage after triggering the process to...

What Now for Tory Vote Promise to British Expats?

Life is carrying on as usual for British expats in Europe, but their futures are shrouded in uncertainty as no one seems to know...

Greenland – There Is Life After Leaving Europe

Despite weeks of campaigning about Britain leaving the European Union, both sides have overlooked that one country has left the European community. Greenland also held...

Brexit Round-Up: Bookies v Polls To Predict A Winner

Britain’s on-off love affair with the European Union could finally be over for now – depending on whether you follow the polls or the...