You're Brit and residing in Spain or planning to? What to do if and when the UK leaves the EU.
Maybe a little hair tousling might ease some very apparent tensions amongst the upper crust!
In a popular talk show on a Spanish TV channel, Spain was dubbed Land of Waiters in an attempt to draw attention to the plight of many university graduates – and the young in general – who can’t find jobs in suitable sectors. Not even in any which sector that pays “decent” and one doesn’t have to be a working poor. Grim, right? Oh but in this “Land of Waiters” the number of taxpayers whose declared assets are worth more than €30 million has tripled in the last ten years!
Spain's dance on the world stage got rave reviews as democracy returned to the country after the relative isolationism of the Franco years. Spain entered the European Community and joined the NATO, maintains its special identification with fellow Spanish-speaking countries in the Ibero-American community, has gradually begun to broaden its contacts with sub-Saharan Africa, is well-known as a Mediator in the Middle East . . .
Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said: "Our parents and grandparents founded this Union with one common vision: never again war. After Rome this 60th anniversary of the Union, and however it is paved, there is only one way forward: European unity."
No bees, no honey; no work, no money
“When Spain woke up on Friday morning and found that the UK was leaving the EU, they were so shocked you’d think it was a personal blow”
Come January 1, 2016 Spain will celebrate its 30th year in the EU. What has happened all these years? What will the future be?
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